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Love and Rubbish| 7mins
Director: Hanna Polak | Producer: Jan Rofekamp, Hanna Polak, Anne Dillon & Eva Laxa
Focus Years: 2011 | Country: South Africa
Subject Tags: africa, housing, livelihood, oppression, poverty, russian federation, sanitation, south africa
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
An estimated five million people are homeless in Russia; one million of them are children. This film takes an unflinching and yet poignant look at the lives of a group of children living on a rubbish dump outside of Moscow, showing the hardships they face and the dreams they hold on to.
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