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SUNDAY SCREENING: ‘Invisible War – Depleted Uranium and The Politics of Radiation’ (2000)

Our weekly documentary curated by our editorial team at 21WIRE.

After the First Gulf War in 1991, many Iraq children were born with malformations and other birth defects, and in the USA, hundred of thousands of soldiers contracted an unexplained illness known as Gulf War Syndrome. Shockingly, those children born in the US were also born with malformations too. This film is an inquest on the use of the substance known as Depleted Uranium, featuring two whistleblowers from inside the Pentagon, as well as the discovery of US declassified documents – all of which tell a shocking story of corruption and cover-ups, and a generation ruined by American military conquest. Watch:

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Runtime: 64 min
Director: Martin Meissonnier
Producer: Roger Trilling
France (2000)

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