Arnold Antonin Films


2010/DVD/Color/20 minutes in French and Haitian Creole, subtitled in English and Spanish
On January 12 2010, an earthquake of magnitude 7.3 strikes the western department of the Republic of Haiti. In 20 minutes, the film documents the drama, the courage and the beauty of the Haitian people and the international solidarity. It also questions the responsibilities and the failures that led to the apocalypse whose occurrence was anticipated throughout the world for at last two years.


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To bring entertainment and reflection into your life during these trying times, Arnold Antonin Films offers you a 20% discount on all films until supplies last. This discount will be...

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