The High Price Of Gold
Film - MET Filmfest 2012

The High Price Of Gold

Directed by Ross Domoney


Director: Ross Domoney
Section: MET
Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Year: 2012
Language: kikongo
Version: Original version with English subtitles
18+ (no age rating)

Also in this program


The High Price Of Gold

The eastern region of the Democratic Republic of Congo is the most dangerous place on earth to be a woman. An estimated 48 women are raped every hour. These women, who once had a very simple and rich life farming in the fields are now forced to be slaves in gold mines, working for the rebels. This intimate film captures powerful testimonies from both women and children living in this part of the world.

This film is in Program 7
Also in this Program:
Dying not planned for
Life Doesn't Frighten Me
Reza Hassani goes to the Mall

Meet the director

Ross Domoney


Screenplay: Ross Domoney
Director of Photography: Ross Domoney
Film Editor: Ross Domoney
Producer: Diane Taylor
Co-Producer: Ross Domoney