Port-au-Prince drop by drop

Genre : Social
Type : Documentary
Column : Cinema/tv, History/society
Year of production : 2005
Format : Short

This documentary shows the daily struggle of the inhabitants of Port-au-Prince just to get a few litres of water. Strong images and frank testimonies reveal the complexity of the problem. Water is only a reflection of the crises that have been shaking up Haiti for a long time and that, generally speaking, are affecting large cities in developing countries.

Durée / Running time: 25 min
Année / Year:2005
Réalisation / Directed by: Félix Vigné
Scénario / Script: Félix Vigné
Langue / Language: Créole/Français / Creole/French
Avec / With: Daniel Henrys
Production: laboratoire PRODIG / Félix Vigné, France
Distribution: Collectif 2004 Images

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