November 2, 2007 (LA/NY)
Rated PG for thematic material involving crimes against humanity
Six lives transformed by human tragedy. Six people united by a belief that anything is possible. Six people committed to stop the worst crisis of the 21st century. Six ways to save Darfur.
Even the smallest act makes a difference.
"Darfur Now" is a call to action for people everywhere to help stop the catastrophe in Darfur, Sudan. For the first time in history, the US government has declared a genocide while it is still ongoing. In...
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In Darfur Now
, an amateur volunteer leader, a female rebel fighter, a community leader, an international humanitarian, a Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court and actor Don Cheadle find their paths crossed as they fight to save Darfur, a region of the Sudan. The documentary, a glossy, seemingly high budget piece of work from writer/director Ted Braun, Darfur Now
examines the crisis - or at least some people involved in combating it.
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