Save The Congo have released the film UNWATCHABLE as part of their campaign to lobby the EU and mobile phone manufacturers to stop the trade in blood minerals in the Congo which is fuelling violence and mass rape. It is estimates that one person a minute is raped in the Congo.

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Written and Directed by DarkFibre for Save The Congo

"shockingly honest" Marie Clair
“This powerful, unflinching film is definitely not for the faint hearted” Shots Magazine
"I was left traumatised" Reuters
"A film so graphic it grabs you by the throat" Herald Scotland
"beautifully shot and carefully controlled": The Guardian
"I hope the campaign is a great and terrible success" The Commentator
"I have to have a sedative and lie down now!" Wronging Rights
"graphic" The Independent

Unwatchable: should charities use shock tactics to get attention?:
guardian.co.uk/global-development/poverty-matters/2011/oct/03/unwatchable-charities-shock-tactics

Unwatchable: Connecting the UK and Rape in the Congo:
huffingtonpost.co.uk/marc-hawker/connecting-the-uk-and-rape-in-the-congo_b_994678.html

darkfibrefilms.co.uk

Film Editor: Nick Lofting
Cinematography: Michael Bonvillian
Original Music by David Arnold

Exec Producers: Jon Bains and Bradley Woodus
Producer: Marc Hawker and Tess Mitchell
Prod Co: Black Jack Films and DarkFibre Films

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