Fatal Assistance - Assistance Mortelle by Hatian filmmaker Raoul Peck

Here is the documentary that you have heard so much about. Assistance Mortelle or Fatal Assistance in English was realized by Hatian filmmaker Raoul Peck. It is an exposé that provides a look at the response of the international community following the January 12, 2010 earthquake in Haiti. This film that made its World Premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival in February, has a duration of 1:45 minutes.

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Documentary Assistance Mortel by Haitian Filmaker Raoul Peck

Se dokimantè ou te tande anpil pale sou li. "Asistans Mortelle" te reyalize pa Hatian sineast Raoul Peck. Se yon ekspoze ki bay yon gade sou tranbleman tè 12 janvye 2010 an Ayiti.

ASSISTANCE MORTELLE - Haïti, 3 ans après:

This film Assistance Mortelle or Fatal Assistance in English, from Raoul Peck tried to investigate the reported billions of dollars in foreign aid that were supposed to be sent to Haiti as support for the people of Haiti. There are lots of questions as to where all that money went and who really benefited from all that aids.

Fim Asistans Mortelle te eseye mennen ankèt sou dè milya yo rapòte nan èd etranje yo.

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The January 12, 2010 earthquake left 230,000 people in Haiti dead, 300,000 injured and 1.5 million homeless. The Haitian filmmaker documents in Assistance Mortelle/ Fatal Assistance, the failure of the aids that did not accomplish much for the people of Haiti. He observed the project chaired by Bill Clinton and Haitian Prime Minister at the time, Jean-Max Bellerive called building back better". "Build Back Better", the Interim Commission for the Reconstruction

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Ricclavie says...

I would like to thank Mr Raoul Peck for this remarkable job.
I would also like to suggest to my Haitian people, in general, the way you present yourself is the way others will help you.
I paid close attention to the matter and what I have observed: Absence of the Preval's government and humanitarianism among the Haitian population.

Haitians chronicle mental disease is relied on the International subvention.

It is time to change our bad manners.

Haitians, Haiti is the priority.

I am truly grateful for the international

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Rania says...

Just wow!!! 3 ans plus tard, le pays est encore tres loin de la reconstruction, bien sure si on peut encore en parler...

May God bless Haiti! Congrats to Raoul

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