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This Is Congo

An unfiltered look in to the lives of 3 characters surviving amongst the most recent cycle of conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo, otherwise known as the M23 rebellion.

Other Titles
Shortcut to Heaven, Dette er Kongo, This is Congo, Ez Kongó, To jest Kongo, This is Congo. Heridas de guerra
Running Time
1 hours 33 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
History, Documentary, War
Daniel McCabe
Congo, USA
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about history «This Is Congo» (15)

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Deborah S.

I just saw this at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. I was really surprised at how well it was done. I feel like I was in the middle of the events. It's pretty intense, but at the same time, it's also very funny. I don't know how many people I've talked to about this movie, but it's just really powerful. It's definitely not the usual thing you see at Sundance. I think the idea is a good one, but it's not really the way it was depicted in the movie. It's a little bit more in-depth than I was expecting, but I was pleasantly surprised. It's a really good movie. It's a little bit different than I expected, but I think it's still pretty good. It's definitely worth seeing.

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Carol D.

I have seen this movie several times. It is a very good documentary, that explores the facts of the Congo war and the atrocities committed by the "colonists" that made their way into the country. This documentary also explains the true reasons for the war, and the atrocities committed by the "colonists" and the Congo rebels. The documentary is also well-directed and edited. The actors in this documentary are wonderful. They really capture the sadness, anger, and fear that the actors are feeling. The movie is well-produced and well-acted. I highly recommend this documentary.

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I've seen the movie twice now, and each time I feel it is getting better. It is an emotional movie, very well acted, and contains a lot of good information. I believe that this is the best documentary ever made about the Congo and the problems of the Congo. The movie is in English with subtitles, but I understand the dialogues perfectly. I recommend everyone to see it.

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This documentary is great, it is a film that you will not see again. It is the story of a man who went to a great deal of trouble to bring the people of Congo to freedom, and how that freedom was destroyed by the colonialists. The film is filled with great interviews with other people who were in the Congo, and some who are not. This is a great film to watch. It is not for the faint of heart, or the easily offended.

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Frank Evans

There are many scenes that are very painful to watch. But it is a really important topic and it's the only thing that is truly about the story. The fact that the media and the politicians are ignoring the issue and focusing only on other issues is just so sad and it's the only way that I could watch this film. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to see the reality and the horror that happened.

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I had read a few reviews of this film before I went to see it. Most of them were negative. And I have to say that this film was very good. I felt it was very accurate and very compelling. The images and the story line were very well put together. The filming was very professional and it is hard to believe that this was not a documentary. The way the images were used, the way the story was told, it was very well done. I will be buying this film on DVD and will definitely be recommending it to friends. I really liked the film and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Brian Miller

This is a great documentary about the conflict in the Congo. The story is told in great detail and the narrator is very good. The cinematography is very good and the music is great. I am not sure if this film is about the actual conflict in the Congo or if it is a documentary about the people who were involved. It is hard to tell. The documentary is very well made and you feel like you are there in the Congo. The main story is not about the conflict in the Congo but about the people who were involved in the conflict. The film has some great moments and it is a great film. I recommend it to everyone who wants to know more about the Congo conflict.

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Evelyn V.

This is a very interesting documentary. I found it to be entertaining and eye opening. I found the story of the two boys very interesting. I found the documentary to be very well done. The documentary was not overly political, but rather an interesting look at the situation of the Congo. The documentary was made with some interesting facts and it showed the true story of the Congo. This is a great documentary, but it is a little too long for my taste. I think the film could have been shorter. The film is really well made, but I did find it to be a little too long.

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Cheryl Scott

Colin Powell's career has spanned decades, and in some cases decades, as an influential diplomat. As he was in his 80s, he has never lost the ability to inspire and provoke, as his three tours in Africa prove. This documentary follows his relationship with the Rwandan people, his plans for the genocide, and his relationship with the United Nations. He also discusses the role of the United States in the genocide, as well as the role of the Catholic Church. The documentary also includes clips from Powell's speeches at various universities and institutions, his press conferences, and interviews with the United Nations and other foreign leaders. The documentary is a must-see for anyone who wants to learn more about Colin Powell, especially for those who have never been to Africa. I highly recommend it.

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Charles Barnes

I would not recommend this film for the first time viewer. It's a good documentary that examines the situation in South Sudan and how it was caused by the white minority of South Sudan. The film was made by a very good and professional team of film makers who are very well qualified and well organized. The director did an excellent job. The images are stunning and realistic. I have no doubt that the documentary will be able to educate people and make them feel the real impact of this terrible tragedy. It's a great film to watch and a must-see for all who are interested in the situation in South Sudan. It's a must-see for people who want to know more about the situation.

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This documentary is a good one. It tells the story of the war between Congo and Rwanda, in which the Congolese were not there, but Rwanda. As it was Rwanda, the film has an advantage of not having to make any of the viewers feel like a fool for having gone to Rwanda. The story of Rwanda is as important as the story of Congo. As such, the story of Rwanda is as important as the story of Congo. It is a story of good versus evil, and the good guy wins. The movie is very well done. The music is amazing. It has the right amount of background noise, so that it is like listening to a concert. It is a really great movie. I recommend it.

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Robert Fernandez

The best thing about this movie is the soundtrack. I am a huge fan of the band Coldplay and I am a huge fan of Jonny Greenwood's music. This movie is a great documentary on the situation in Congo and how it affected the world. It is not a perfect movie but it is definitely worth seeing. It is very good and it is very good. I loved the music and I loved the movie. It is definitely worth watching.

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Lori P.

I watched this movie about 3 times before I was ready to write a review, and the last time I watched it, I was still quite surprised by the movie's content. First of all, I have to say that the movie is a bit confusing. Some parts are very important and should have been emphasized, but there are some parts that are very irrelevant. I was even more confused about the title of the movie and how it is related to the movie. I think that it is a very good movie. I found it very interesting to watch the movie without knowing the true story of the genocide. I am a survivor of the genocide, but I have never been to Rwanda, so I was also not aware of the real horror of the genocide. I was very surprised by the way the movie portrayed the true horror of the genocide, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone. It is also a very good movie to see because of the interesting subject matter and the great acting. I think that it is a very important movie for everyone. I also would like to add that the movie is very important for me because I was in the UN peacekeeping force in Rwanda. I have experienced the genocide, and I know the real horror of the genocide. I am really thankful that the movie was made and that it was shown to me. I would recommend this movie to everyone. It is a very good movie.

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This is a good movie that has great visuals and amazing storytelling. It is a must see for all ages. The film focuses on the impact of the Rwandan genocide on the local people of the country, their efforts to rebuild their lives, and their efforts to protect their country from the threat of a future genocide. It was beautifully shot, and the cinematography is very realistic. I thought the film was very accurate in its depiction of the Rwandan people, and their efforts to rebuild their lives. The film has a great message, and is a great example of what can be done to bring peace to a country. If you are looking for a movie that is very accurate in its portrayal of the Rwandan genocide, I strongly recommend this film.

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Alice H.

This is a moving documentary that has made its way into the public consciousness. It shows how the genocide of Congo in the mid-90s was, in part, the result of a deeply rooted, brutal culture of warlords and the ensuing violence. The documentary shows how this culture of war, and its attendant poverty and deprivation, and the resultant impact on the inhabitants of the Congo, has been perpetuated for decades. It also shows how the atrocities committed during the genocide are not always the result of direct order from the leadership of the country, and how a "climate of impunity" prevails in the country. The footage is riveting. The fact that this was shot in Congolese and French, and that it was shot in the Congo, and the fact that the film was produced by a Congolese and French woman, who has been living in the Congo for over 30 years, makes the documentary that much more powerful. This is a very moving documentary.