The Antechamber of Hell
27 min • Society, Politics & World Affairs • 2018
The Antechamber of Hell is a gripping portrait of trauma and resilience of the Rohingya people in the world's largest refugee camp. The film approaches the Rohingya crisis from the personal point of view of the victims. Gang rape survivors talk directly to the camera with unprecedented candor. Building upon a heartening thought from Albert Camus, the documentary follows a dramatic arc from hell to redemption, with stories of survival and endurance. Harrowing yet uplifting, The Antechamber of Hell is both a searing testimony of crimes against humanity and an enlivening testament to the human spirit.