This video may contain images depicting the reality and horror of war/violence and should only be viewed by a mature audience.
Daniel Sekulich, 2001, 56 min 30 s
This feature-length documentary reveals the unspoken truth about war – it never really ends. Archival images and personal stories portray the lingering devastation of war. Filmed on location in Russia, France, Bosnia and Vietnam, the film features individuals involved in the cleanup of war: de-miners who risk their lives on a daily basis, psychologists working with distraught soldiers, and scientists and doctors who struggle with the contamination of dioxin used during Vietnam. Based on the Gelber Award-winning book by Donovan Webster, this film conveys the fact that war doesn’t end when the fighting stops.