In Flow of Words


Three interpreters from a war-crimes tribunal recount their painful experiences acting as a silent channel of communication between witnesses, victims, and perpetrators in Eliane Esther Bots’s “In Flow of Words.”

The story behind the film:
newyorker.com/culture/the-new-yorker-documentary/in-in-flow-of-words-war-crime-interpreters-tell-their-own-stories

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