Through the stories of a custodian, pediatrician, housewife and others who have experienced the brutal violence in war-torn Sudan, Bruce David Janu's documentary reveals how ordinary people can create extraordinary change. The film explores the historical context of the conflict, featuring footage of Sudanese military attacks and interviews with both volunteers and victims of the violence, including a harrowing segment on the Lost Boys.
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Have you watched Facing Sudan yet? What did you think about it?