Haiti

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A powerful new documentary about the scandal and tragedy of Haiti's cholera outbreak as seen through the eyes of a young baseball player. With the epidemic eventually traced to U.N. peacekeepers from Nepal, the filmmakers wanted to both shame an evasive U.N. into taking responsibility for the first cholera to hit Haiti in a century, and celebrate Haitians' resilience in the face of it.