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Do It Yourself

Direction
Year
2007
Country
  • Belgium
Runtime
13min
Audio Tracks
Subtitles

“If you don’t violate someone’s human rights some of the time, you probably aren’t doing your job." -Washington Post. December 26, 2002.

As a small user guide of tortures for domestic use, this film-pamphlet presents to you the ABC stages of torture and all its forms. Of a pleasant and playful approach, our method, elaborated by the best professionals, investigates the various manners to proceed to reach successful and charming tortures. Torture has often been discredited because it is commonly associated with dictatorial regimes. Thanks to God, this is not the case today! We can ensure, without the fear of making a mistake, that torture is the privilege of the biggest democracies for their greater benefit.

Details

  • Original Title
    Do It Yourself
  • Direction
  • Screenplay
    Eric Ledune
  • Cinematography
    Animation: Eric Ledune
  • Editing
    Eric Ledune & Yves Van Herstraeten
  • Music
    Christian Leroy
  • Sound
    Etienne Curchod
  • Runtime
    13 min (1-15 min.)
  • Year
    2007
  • Country
    • Belgium
  • Format
    • Colour

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