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Blood in the Mobile: The Documentary Blood in the Mobile shows the connection between our phones and the civil war in the Congo. Director Frank Poulsen travels to DR Congo to see the illegal mine industry with his own eyes. He gets access to Congo’s largest tin-mine, which is being controlled by different armed groups, and where children work for days in narrow mine tunnels to dig out the minerals that end up in our phones. After visiting the mine Frank Poulsen struggles to get to talk to Nokia, the Worlds largest phone company. Frank Poulsen wants them to guarantee that they are not buying conflict minerals and thereby is financing the war in the Congo. Nokia cannot give him that guarantee.

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Released: September 01, 2010
Genres: Documentary
Countries: Denmark Germany
Director: Frank Piasechi Poulsen
Actors: No Famous Actors

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Posted by Dauserofdasite 3 years, 10 months ago
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You know it's sad, that a majority of Africans living in non-African nations such as in Europe and America all believe slavery is abolished, but it isn't. In the homelands of these Africans living abroad, slavery is stronger than ever, you hear of slave labour for diamond mining, slave labour for tin mining, for rubber harvesting and even for forced conscription into the next African militia group calling themselves "Freedom Fighters". If you want to see humanity at its worst go to a place like the Congo or Sierra Leone. Appaling stuff, made me very sad to see such horrible exploitation of innocent kids. No-one deserves a slave life, espescially not little kids barely out of the craddle!

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Posted by stonedsquirrel 4 years ago ( Edited 4 years ago )
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theres a sayin 'no snowflake in an avalanche ever feels responsible'.. just remember next time you want something shiny, that all its really made of is blood sweat n shit. cause u aint gotta fool anyone else.

Posted by DocArt 4 years ago
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The mine they visit is just horifiying. And the mobile companies just dont care they buy in the materials/components and dont care where they are sourced.

Posted by irreverence 3 years, 6 months ago
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Awareness awareness awareness... is the sole purpose of the film what you do with that knowledge is your own prerogative. This problem could be viewed as too big of a problem for an individual to take on. But, some organizations whom are trying to make a difference by simply having you write your signature down for a cause. Is that too much to do or is your time too precious to waste on a signature. It not really about whether things arent gonna change and its been like this or a long time. Change has to start, and it has to start somewhere with someone, let that person be you.

Posted by spider6969 3 years, 10 months ago
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Posted by afknnprincess 3 years, 11 months ago
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Great documentary...the only strange thing about it is that the subtitles provide summaries instead of being word for word...but that doesn't really matter if you speak English.

Posted by misslb 4 years ago
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Very interesting. To see those kids in the mines....exposed & in such danger. Its a shame how countrys are exploited for our necessitys. Can we reduce to our past?

Posted by citymovieguy 4 years ago
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Wow. Why does this not surprise me? We have allowed the few to take all it can from the many of this earth. Profit. Competition. Greed. When are we the people going to wake up against the few percent? When you wake up and it is a scene out of a horror movie. We can't just keep sucking up all the minerals, and not expect consequences. The only thing I can do is try to change myself, from there I can expect the same. Great Documentary! I don't think too many people would risk their lives to make a compelling documentary like this...It will be hard to sleep this one off. thanks for the upload.

Posted by frisky_nixon 4 years ago
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Few people can afford diamonds , but everyone buys cellphones. I'm not even going to watch this because there is no point in getting upset about something that will not change.

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