Children of War
A Journey of Healing and Homecoming

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Children of War is not the average documentary you're used to seeing. Our goal in living and filming for three years in Uganda with these former child soldiers is to immerse you onto the frontline and into an authentic experience with them; to allow you to not only witness their ...Read more

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