Blood Diamond

Blood Diamond
Blood Diamond

Year

2006

Duration

143 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

Sierra Leone in the 1990s was a hot-bed of violence due to the country's bloody civil war. In this dramatic and thought-provoking tale, Danny Archer is a white Zimbabwean smuggler, and Solomon Vandy a black Mende fisherman forced to work in a mine. The two men become united in their search for a rare pink diamond, although their motives couldn't be more different. Solomon wishes to be reunited with his missing family, while Danny's only in it for the money - although what he discovers on their quest might just help him find redemption. A biting and compelling film about complex, sensitive political issues.

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15 Classification

Contains strong language and violence.

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