The West African Ebola outbreak, as seen from the ground.
Sierra Leone was one of the countries hit the hardest during the 2014 Ebola outbreak. A local collective of filmmakers followed the outbreak closely, and the documentary is an intimate and sober account of what the crisis looked like on the ground.
We meet health workers who risk their own lives to help, street children with no form of protection, locals who are sceptical to the health authorities, and who don’t understand the gravity until they loose their lives. They tell their own story of Ebola, and give us the opportunity to understand how you survive such a nightmare, as an individual and as a society.
Debate after the screening Tuesday 26th 18:00 Vega Scene Kino TRE: