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Demain si Dieu veut
Tomorrow God willing
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AUTEUR(S)-RÉALISATEUR(S)

Elsa Dafour

IMAGE

Elsa Dafour

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Elsa Dafour

MONTAGE

Sophie Creusot

PRODUCTION / DIFFUSION

Imagine, France Ô

PARTICIPATION

Angoa-Agicoa, CNC. COSIP, Procirep

ORGANISME(S) DÉTENTEUR(S) ou DÉPOSITAIRE(S)

Imagine, ADAV

ISAN : non renseigné - en savoir plus
COMMENT VISIONNER CE FILM ?
  • France | 2015 | 51 minutes | HD
  • Un film de Elsa Dafour

Le film suit depuis trois ans le quotidien de 5 femmes voisines de destin, rassemblées dans un terrain vague improvisé en camp de réfugiés. Elles nous racontent l’attente du relogement, le silence de l’assistance, puis enfin le retour dans leur quartier d'origine et leur volonté de se reconstruire. Face à elles, des acteurs de la reconstruction, des membres gouvernement et des observateurs des droits de l'homme, donnent leur éclairage sur la réalité du Haïti post-séisme. Cinq ans après une tragédie humanitaire majeure, "Demain si Dieu veut" constitue un témoignage inédit sur la tentative de reconstruction d’un pays et de son peuple.

January 12th, 2015 will mark the fifth anniversary of the earthquake that hit Haiti in 2010. As years keep bringing new disasters, today people seem to have forgotten this area of the world. Yet, five years after the earthquake, Haitians can still feel its consequences every day. Vincia, Mirlande, Lucie, Yvette and Samanta live in Port-au-Prince. After the earthquake, they gathered on a piece of land supposed to be a refugee camp. There, on this desolate land, they had to wait for three long years before being finally taken care of and rehoused in their place of origin. Elsa Dafour began shooting in 2012, and her film has been following for three years the trajectory of those women, victims and friends. They tell us how vulnerable they were in the camp, how long they had to wait to be rehoused, enduring international silence, and finally how they came back to their home, willing to rebuild their lives. Besides, reconstruction players, members of the government and human rights observers, give us some insights into the situation in post-earthquake Haiti.