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The most beautiful hell I know – Trailer

In Chad, one in five children will die before their fifth birthday.
Only half of Chadian children are fully immunized against major preventable diseases. Acute respiratory infections, malaria and diarrheal diseases are the most common causes of death. HIV / AIDS affects 18,000 children under 14 years.

Child mortality in Chad


“Never laugh when someone else falls. Help him get up, because in the end, we all fall.”

Dr Jorge Muñoz

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In Chad, one in five children will die before their fifth birthday.
Only half of Chadian children are fully immunized against major preventable diseases. Acute respiratory infections, malaria and diarrheal diseases are the most common causes of death. HIV / AIDS affects 18,000 children under 14 years.

Pep Bonet worked in Bebedjia, Chad at Saint Joseph’s hospital, where he spent eight days documenting the pediatric ward following Doctor Jorge Muñoz through his daily work.The film follows the daily diary of Dr Jorge Muñoz, who narrates his experience from “the most beautiful hell I know”.The second chapter of “The most beautiful hell I know” will be filmed in August 2014

 

 

 

 

  • Country:
    Chad
  • Production year:
    2013
  • Current status
    Completed
  • Trailer
    3’ 45″ minutes multimedia
  • Feature:
    30 minute documentary feature