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CINEMA GALERIES24.03 / 21:00
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Belgian Première

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Sodom is like a Beast. "Sometimes you kill the Beast. Sometimes the Beast kills you.” Agbogbloshie, Accra is proven to be one of the most poisonous places on Earth. It is the largest electronic waste dump in the world. About 6.000 women, men and children live and work here. They call it Sodom. Every year about 250.000 tons of sorted out computers, smartphones, air conditions tanks and other devices from a far away electrified and digitalized world end up here. Shipped to Ghana illegally.

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