The Doctor, the Depleted Uranium, and the Dying Children produced by Freider Wagner and Valentin Thurn won an award for the serious topic discussed, the impact of the use of radioactive weapons during the war against Iraq.
The film opens with the two English veterans sharing their personal experience on their exposure to the radioactive weapons and the congenital abnormalities faced by their children. The movie moves forward with citizens of different nations telling their story.
The film also portrays the experiences of Dr. Siegwart-Horst Gunther, a former colleague of Albert Schweitzer, and Tedd Weyman of the Uranium Medical Research Center (UMRC) who had traveled to Iraq, to assess uranium contamination in Iraq.
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