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The Day I Will Never Forget (2002)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 6 December 2002 (Denmark)
The practice of female genital mutilation is explored through personal stories of Kenyan women.

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Kim Longinotto
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The practice of female genital mutilation is explored through personal stories of Kenyan women.

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Country:

UK

Language:

Somali | Swahili

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6 December 2002 (Denmark) See more »

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Dan koji nikada neću zaboraviti See more »

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A Movie I will never forget!!
27 July 2006 | by TellebearsSee all my reviews

I had the pleasure of seeing this movie at the Sundance Film Festive in Salt Lake City a couple of years ago. I can not stop thinking about this movie. It was SOOO powerful and really makes you think. I want to thank everyone involved in this film, it has changed my life. When ever the topic of movies comes up I automatically tell people about this. One thing that it really brought up for me (which I 'm sure was not the reason for this movie), was genitalia mutation in general. This is the norm for these people and here in the USA male circumcision is the norm ( although studies show that trend is changing). If we were to make a documentation about how we circumcise our little boys and showed it to a civilization that does not would they be just as outraged??


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