Previously at the ICA - Films
20 Mar 2009
In Lebanon, hundreds of thousands of unexploded cluster munitions are scattered across tobacco fields, orange groves, roads and backyards after the 2006 war between Israel and Hezbollah; this film looks at the men and women of southern Lebanon who work to clear their land of these deadly objects. Followed by Q&A with the film-maker and Marc Garlasco, senior military analyst, Human Rights Watch.
Dir Jawad Metni, Lebanon/US 2009, 84 minutes, subtitles, Recommended Cert 15