WANDERING, A ROHINGYA STORY
Kutupalong is a vast makeshift town built from sandbags, bamboo and plastic sheets, under constant threat from monsoons. Filmed in captivatingly beautiful, calm images, Rohingya in exile hold out here amid apathy, despair and children’s laughter.
The subtitles are selectable in the audio settings of the video.
No youth rating
Writer: Mélanie Carrier and Olivier Higgins. Camera: Renaud Philippe and Olivier Higgins. Sound: Kala Miya (Kalam), Olivier Higgins, Pierre-Jules Audet, Luc Boudrias.. Editing: Amélie Labrèche and Olivier Higgins. Music: Martin Dumais. Production: MÖ FILMS. Producer: Mélanie Carrier and Olivier Higgins. Length: 88 min. International Sales: MÖ FILMS.
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