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Explores the darker side of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through the testimonies of six female soldiers [in the Israel Defense Forces] about their compulsory military service [in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip]. At a time when women in the military are increasingly on the frontlines, this film explores the ways that gender, ethics and moral responsibility intersect during war.
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In this timely, compelling, and intimate documentary, new mother Min Sook Lee searches for safe, same, and affordable ways to raise her baby daughter in an environment that has become increasingly full of toxic threats. A startling look at the numerous toxins found in a baby's food, bedding, clothing, toys, and home, Lee shares her anxieties as she struggles to protect her daughter from hazardous chemicals and introduces other parents making alternative choices in today's chemically laced world.
Video — 1 streaming video file (83 min.) : digital, sound, color Sound: digital. Digital: streaming video file.
Follows Claudine, a young and courageous human rights lawyer, in her struggle against injustice and widespread impunity in Congo. She investigates the case of Masamba, a soldier who was convicted of rape, and discovers that his trial was corrupt and unfair. He was jailed without any concrete evidence. In Claudine's journey to obtain justice, she uncovers a system where the basic principles of law are virtually ignored. Masamba's trial also raises questions about the financial support that the international community and NGOs offer to the Congolese judicial system. Is it creating a justice that's for sale? And if so, who pays the price?