A landmine victim in Cambodia
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Life as a victim of Cambodia's hidden landmines

The country of Cambodia is thought to contain six million unexploded landmines.

Film maker Richard Fittousi spent time within the country witnessing first hand the constant threat the people of the country are under and seeing some of the devastating injuries caused through people treading on hidden mines.

Speaking to the BBC, the film maker talks about his film, Landmine ER, and the remarkable life of Satya, a Cambodian man who was blown up by a landmine in his village.

  • 04 Apr 2012
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