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I recommend this documentary, but with some reservations: it is not perfect, and it is certainly not for the weak of heart.
I have a hard time believing anyone could sit mindlessly through this movie and not feel like they watched a unique movie with a lot to think about afterwards.
His younger brother, Bily, however, would appear to have political aspirations of his own, so he is more overtly loyal to the corrupt leader.
Insightful attention grabber! So well-designed... You almost forget it's a documentary. Real-time footage of the civil unrest is absolutely unreal.Published 12 months ago by J CASH
The documentary is well filmed. But I don't agree on the fact that the united nation stated that cite soleil is the most dangerous city on earth. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Nahomie Moise
It's good for us to watch these films and remind ourselves that these things are happening all over the world.Published 19 months ago by Bonita Ames
I saw this on T.V for the first time and knew I had to add it to my collection, sad story howeverPublished 20 months ago by Nehanda Nzingha Sankofa-Ra
This is an amazing film simply because it exists. I cannot imagine how the film makers got access to this environment and we're able to capture this footage. Read morePublished on May 16, 2010 by John P. Marsh
Thoroughly dismaying and often disgusting, this lurid, amoral pseudo-celebration of inner-city gangstas evokes neither sympathy nor understanding. Read morePublished on January 27, 2010 by Carolyn Paetow
i just want to add to all these comments my own infatuation with the character of lele, the french aid worker. Read morePublished on January 22, 2010 by moineau
This film portrayed how life was in Haiti just a few years ago. Ghosts of Cite Soleil is an excellent film, but I would not recommend showing it to children; it has strong... Read morePublished on March 19, 2009 by Ruth Tucker