Untold Chaos: living through Libya's wars

Published on Feb 26, 2021
At the end of his US presidency, Barack Obama said his worst mistake was failing to plan for the day after the intervention in Libya. What followed was chaos. Filmed over seven years, this is an observational mosaic, capturing the feeling of a country in the hands of warlords and a proxy war, while a divided political process and a fragile international peace deal loom.  Yet across besieged cities and vast deserts, through ancient languages, diversities and divisions, we glimpse a quest for democracy and a thirst for reconciliation from those who are often unseen and unrepresented

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