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The movie is a worthy legacy, revealing an important bit of history that could easily have been forgotten.
What "The Uncondemned" convincingly demonstrates is the cumulative power of a small group of people with an intense passion for justice, idealists with practical experience whose belief in the power inherent in speaking the truth is not to be denied.
Along with telling the story of the accomplishment of the prosecutors in this case, the documentary uses its platform as an opportunity to say something bigger about how women are treated today, across the world.
While this sober documentary about rape during wartime treats those words and its subject with the required gravity, there are also moments of inspiration.
The film is a riveting feat of editing considering the material, the legalistic conundrums, and the profusion of detail.
In their eye-opening documentary, directors Nick Louvel and Michele Mitchell reveal how the young, idealistic prosecutors, already overextended, uncovered evidence of the systematic violation, torture, mutilation, and enslavement of women in Taba.
The Uncondemned illustrates the difficulty that exists in trying to bring justice to sexual criminals at all, let alone in a crimes against humanity trial.
The brave women and the inspiring conclusion of The Uncondemned that makes it a heartbreaking, human, and empowering watch.
The legal angle is interesting, if a bit dry, until the filmmakers play their ace: the testimony of three women... Their stories, which they retell with unadorned dignity, turn this otherwise ordinary documentary into something inspiring.
Meet the dedicated young lawyers and activists who prosecuted and convicted the first person ever to go to prison for genocide and wartime rape.
Some 22 years after the Rwandan Genocide of 1994, The Uncondemned mixes firsthand accounts and courtroom footage to revisit a historical moment that would set a precedent in international law.
An exceptionally well-executed and emotionally heart wrenching documentary.
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