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Remnants of a War (2006)





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In 2006, war broke out between Israel and Hezbollah, and during the fighting nearly a millions cluster bombs were dropped on Southern Lebanon. A surprisingly large number never went off -- some estimate as many as thirty percent -- and most of them remain there today, endangering civilians and making it all but impossible for people to work the land. Israel has declined to turn over information on its bombing raids during the war to United Nations peacekeeping forces, so Lebanese de-mining teams have been organized to find the remaining bombs and either defuse them or explode them under safe, controlled circumstances. Filmmaker Jawad Metni profiles the men and women clearing Lebanon of unstable weapons in the documentary Remnants of a War, which allows the de-miners to speak about their careers and the legacy of the war that has brought them together. Remnants of a War was an official selection at the 2009 Human Rights Watch Film Festival.
Documentary , Drama , Special Interest
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