Directed by Riccardo Russo, Paolo Barberi

Laos has never formally entered a war, yet is the most bombed country in history. Forty years after the end of the Vietnam War, its legacy affects the lives of those born after it ended. Scattered in fields, villages and cities, these war remnants have outlived the conflict and created contemporary livelihoods, from teams of deminers to “War Tour” guides to craftsmen who turn killing objects into everyday tools.

Music performed by Nick Zaino prior to screening
Dates & Times

Wed, Apr 3
6:00 pm

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