In the shadow of an anonymous room, a man painfully utters fragments of words. Words that speak about an ancient, shameful, overwhelming wound: a rape, committed by soldiers during the 2011 war. Through his words, and those of other men who finally dare to speak after years of silence, the extent of mass male rape gradually resurfaces.
A harrowing and important film by acclaimed director, Manon Loizeau, on the use of rape as a weapon of war in Syria with personal testimonies from women abused in captivity.More info
It’s the last dictatorship in Europe. But while half of Belarus moves closer to Russia, the other half is trying to resist...More info
In the space of just a few years, Chechnya has undergone a remarkable transformation. Gone are the minefields and piles of rubble, replaced with broad avenues, luxury boutiques and glass-fronted skyscrapers. It’s virtually impossible to see there was ever a war.More info