Boris Malagurski explains how the military-industrial complex, big business and political interest groups endanger peoples' health and existence, focusing on the examples of Serbia, Cuba, Chile, Italy and Bolivia.
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The first feature documentary film about Belgrade, presenting the Serbian capital through the eyes of its inhabitants and discussing its history, culture, food and nightlife. Hosted by Serbian Canadian filmmaker Boris Malagurski.
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The film starts by detailing how and why the United States Army started using depleted uranium in its munitions, against the backdrop of nuclear weapons testing in the Pacific and the nuclear arms race during the Cold War. It then discusses the effects of US use of depleted uranium during the Gulf War in Iraq and Kuwait and presents this as a trial run before the use of depleted uranium in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1995 and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1999. The documentary then goes on to present NATO's bombing of Yugoslav chemical factories and oil refineries as crimes against the environment. Through interviews with Serbian and Italian military and medical experts, the film suggests that NATO knowingly turned the Balkans into an experimental laboratory in which KFOR soldiers and civilian populations were human guinea pigs. The documentary moves on to assess the potential threat coming from genetically modified organisms, small hydro plants, air pollution and climate change...Written by
Bitter truth about evil that happened and still happening to us
Malagurski exceeded himself with this movie. I did not remain indifferent to any of his movies, but this one left me speechless and broken hearted by the ugly truth behind our every day lives. And also in the end he gave us a glimmer of hope that everything can change if we wake up. It is so inspiring and I definitely recommend this movie.
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