This film is not for the faint hearted, it will make you cry, you may have bad dreams. It is definitely worth watching though.
It is very real, brutal, violent - as it is played by actual victims who relive the worst moments of their lifes. That's what makes it so gruesome. The scenes are very graphic. It is very sad what happened in Darfur - and the world was not doing anything about it once again.
The story is quite basic, a team of Western journalists go interview people in a remote village in Janjaweed territory in Western Sudan to prove to the UN that genocide has occurred. The villagers talk about their life and the daily threat of getting killed, tortured, raped by the Janjaweed. The Janjaweed are armed partisans drawn from Arab tribes.
The Janjaweed arrive in the village and threaten the journalists - if they didn't leave they would be killed. The journalists are facing a dilemma - should they leave to be able to live and tell the story or stay and help and most likely get killed. All of them leave together, but two go back...
The film is a must see!