Director: Raoul Peck
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Haiti’s devastating 2010 earthquake had one supposed upside: within months, the world’s powers had promised $11 billion in reconstruction aid. Yet today, many quake victims are still mired in squalor while international agencies pull up stakes. Filmed over two years, Haitian-born Raoul Peck’s powerful exposé examines the staggering failures, global and local, that have stranded a vulnerable nation.