Children of Congo: From War to Witches Trailer

Children of Congo: From War to Witches Trailer (2008)

15 September 2008

Over the course of a decade, war in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has claimed millions of lives and made orphans of countless children. Dan Balluff's documentary visits Kinshasa to examine the lives these children lead. Living on the streets of the capital city, they are sold into prostitution, tortured and persecuted for witchcraft. The film also reveals a volcanic eruption's impact on the influx of homeless youth.

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