Year Zero is a documentary film about the aftermath of Haiti post earthquake January 12, 2010. Producers David Snider and Carlos Cazalis teamed up with Chromasonus sound producer Nao Sakamoto to document year zero, the attempts by the Haitian republic to recover from the consequences of the natural disaster that hit Port-Au-Prince, Leogane and Jacmel, having devastating effects and loss of life. Through a visual narrative poem, spoken by Haitian poet Dr. Henry Barbot, Snider incorporates Cazalis' photographs to tell the dramatic life stories of a crippled state on the verge of collapse due to a devastating year in 2010 with several natural disasters, a refugee crisis, a gratuitous cholera epidemic, and an army of aid actors at play.

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