In mid-August, a massive earthquake hit Haiti, leaving a trail of devastation in its wake. Over 2000 people died and 160,000 families lost their homes, plunging the country into a state of turmoil. In the worst-affected areas, tensions are running high, and aid shipments are subject to looting.
The documentary report by Xenia Boettcher captures the heartbreaking aftermath of the disaster, delving into the lives of the quake victims trying to rebuild their daily lives. With hardly any tools and under the sweltering sun, they seek to rebuild as much as they can. But in a nation grappling with years of political crisis and a dysfunctional government, their struggles are compounded. The film also follows the efforts of international aid organizations such as Core to reach remote parts of the disaster area, highlighting the daunting challenges they face. Follow this powerful documentary to witness the tragedy, resilience, and struggle of Haitians in the face of adversity.