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Desc:A Documentary about the Miss Landmine Pageant
Category:Educational, Military
Tags:landmine, Cambodia, Stan Feingold, Morten Traavik, Miss Landmine
Submitted:fermun
Date:06/16/11
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A man searches for beauty in the horror of war and its consequences.

Was a pageant necessary? It seems a bit inappropriate in this setting. I want to find a connection with people torn apart by man's atrocities, which admittedly this documentary does pretty well, but the nature of pageants is to turn women into objects to be judge, and I don't feel comfortable with that.

Although, being uncomfortable because of these women are in a pageant and not because they were injured by landmines really drives home the message Feingold and Traavik were trying to convey. So five stars for making me think.
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