Er en Dokumentar film instrueret af Andrew Berends fra 2015
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While the Nuba men make war with the Sudanese government, their children look on in fear and confusion. Eleven year old Madina dreams of a brighter future but for her people a brighter future is so far off. This region of Sudan contains one of the world's most hidden wars and in this doc it's the children's perspective that defines the storytelling. A hum from the sky sends children running in panic for narrow slots leading into mountain caves where they can be safe from the death soon to rain down. As the explosions burst around them the fear they feel is not dissipated by their safe hiding places. War is horrible for children. "My name is Madina. Last night I dreamt that I was in my village. But when I woke up, I found myself here." 'Here' is the Yida refugee camp, offering assistance to thousands who have fled the violence. It is a sprawling encampment, offering shelter and medical care provided by the UN. Welcome respite from the violence they have left behind. But it is not home. Madina and her friends mix water and mud to create makeshift clay, and reconstruct their past lives. Their model village is complete with beds, pots, a stove, plants and flowers. But not all their creations are so innocuous. "This is a mounted machine gun", says one. An RPG, a tank, and an Antonov bomber complete the arsenal. These weapons of war are just as deeply inscribed in their memories of home as the everyday objects. "They shoot at us and kill us. We shoot at them and kill them. This is the way", says a commander of the Sudan People's Liberation Army, the force that has stayed behind to defend the land of their ancestors from the Sudanese army. There is no end to the conflict in sight, no foreseeable return to normality for them or their families. Madina's Dream brings us a shocking and visceral narrative of the war the world forgot. It's a crafted expose of the devastating impact it has on a generation of children raised among uniformed men and their murderous machines.