Stereo, Digi Beta, 16:9
Along an overgrown railtrack south of the Zairen town Kisangani, ex-Stanleyville, an expedition of the UN discovers "lost" refugees. They are eighty thousand Hutus from far away Rwanda. The last survivors of three years of hunger and armed persecution that transpired throughout the vast Congo basin.
The film traces those refugees into the heart of the rainforest, follows the hopeless attempts of help. It goes to enigmatic places where massacres had happened only the night before. Nobody knows who was shooting.
Director, Script, Photography, Editor:
Nikolaus Geyrhalter Filmproduktion
with support of: