What drove the greatest forger of the 20th century to murder? In the 80s Mark Hofmann forged documents to make money, but also to undermine the institution that had dominated his life, the Mormon Church. But then, in October 1985, he murdered two innocent people.
portrait of the struggle by the United Nations to save a failed state. The film follows the determined and often desperate manoeuvres to avert another Rwandan disaster - this time in the Democratic Republic of Congo. New.
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