The Greatest Silence: Rape in the Congo

The Greatest Silence: Rape in the Congo (2007)

TMDb Score
60
Not Yet Rated 1 hr 16 minJan 1st, 2007Documentary

Since the late 1990s, more people have died in war-torn Congo than in any conflict since World War II. In addition to the dead, hundreds of thousands of woman and girls have been raped. Rape, explains a British colonel, is a weapon of war, part of a destabilization covering the theft of valuable minerals. Rape victims are traumatized, injured, abandoned by husbands, pregnant, and ravaged by disease.

Director
Lisa F. Jackson