Prize of the Interreligious Jury, Leipzig 2020

This film was made in the midst of much obstruction from various sides. Yet it magnificently shows how people wounded and handicapped as result of the atrocities of a six days war in their city Kisangani gradually accepted their conditions and subsequently made the best of it. They decided to head to their country's capital to claim the money that the government received in order to restore their living conditions. In the meantime the audience sees how people determined by their being victims take their lives in their own hands again and grow out to men and women celebrating the victory of the opposition in the elections. In their misery they increasingly showed up well. This is something found in many religions: that God inspires people to struggle for justice for themselves and for others.