Vera Nyarkoah Antui
Ama K. Abebrese
Fred Nii Amugi
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Based off the novel by: Uzodinma Iweala
Producers: Amy Kaufman, Riva Marker, Jeffrey Skoll
Editors: Pete Beaudreau, Mikkel E.G. Nielsen
A young Agu and his family live in a small African village with civil war breaking out all around them. The village is informed that the government has fallen, with military rebels seizing hold of their country. Agu and many other children in the village are involuntarily enlisted into a battalion of child soldiers in this heart wrenching film that exposes the harsh realities of the lives of child soldiers forced into combat.
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