Home After War (2019) | Official Trailer

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  • Published on Mar 29, 2019
  • Premiered at Venice Film Festival and showcased at SXSW 2019, Director Gayatri Parameswaran's Home After War is an interactive VR experience that invites you to follow the uncertain footsteps of refugees returning to Fallujah after the departure of Islamic State.
    After the war against IS, Ahmaied Hamad Khalaf and his family returned to find their once-familiar neighborhood nw ravaged by conflict and filled with lingering dangers. Join Ahmaied and experience for yourself what it's like to fear the home you once loved.
    Director Gayatri Parameswaran (@pgaya3), co-founder of NowHere Media (@now_here_media), is a VR journalist and documentary maker specializing in human rights and conflict. Home After War was created in partnership with The Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD), an expert organization working to reduce the impact of mines, cluster munitions and other explosive hazards.
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Comments • 4

  • ULTIMATE PATCHES
    ULTIMATE PATCHES Month ago +1

    Coming to Rift soon?

  • jaih12
    jaih12 Month ago

    Lot of people have white flashes in their vision to unexpected noise change. It's not a PTSD symptom.

  • cameron rochambeau
    cameron rochambeau Month ago

    Wow, fascinating video!

  • aletoledo1
    aletoledo1 Month ago

    I think the greater danger in Fallajuh is the radiation. The weird part is that the guy in the video even says "contaminated" and I was thinking finally they are going to mention the radiation. Nope, he says "contaminated by landmines and IEDs". No mention of the radiation, what is up with that? At 4:00 the lady seems to nod towards the radiation contamination, but doesn't actually say it. This seems like a whitewash of all the depleted uranium left there by the US.