Welcome to Sodom (2018)

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Hundreds of thousands of mobile phones, LCD TVs, notebooks and the likes become useless and "out" relatively soon and end up in Ghana where children and adolescents dismantle them in toxic ... See full summary »




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  • Christian Krönes in Welcome to Sodom (2018)
  • Florian Weigensamer in Welcome to Sodom (2018)
  • Florian Weigensamer and Christian Krönes in Welcome to Sodom (2018)
  • Christian Krönes in Welcome to Sodom (2018)
  • Florian Weigensamer and Christian Kermer in Welcome to Sodom (2018)

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24 April 2019 | seppy-78024
| Good, brutal and honest
This documentary is about life in the rubbish wasteland/recycling lands of Ghana...where old absolute tech and junk makes it way to be "recycled".. It shows the brutal conditions and life of the people who work here and what they endure to make just enough money to live.. Many years before the wasteland was a beautiful savanna with greenery and animals, now it's a bogging mess where fires burn rubber and plastics to retrieve metals, tvs, monitors, phones, you name it. It's all taken apart for the "precious" metals...

If you want to see how hard life on this planet can be then this a good place to start.. Some say it's staged and propangda or nonsense but the harsh facts are it people's lives and it has been well documented for all to see here

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23 November 2018


English, German

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