Whether they were brought to the "caliphate" as minors or were born there, who will take care of them if their parents are killed in combat? Are our Western democracies prepared for their return?
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"..... terrifying stories of children and adolescents torn from the hell of war, then taken 'home' to a country they have never seen or, sometimes, thrown into prison, suspected of complicity...". - Emilie Gavoille (Télérama - 27/09/2017)
"Young girls and boys, forcibly recruited by the jihadist group,describe their ordeal with sometimes startling detachment ... Setting out in Kurdistan, this remarkable and chilling investigation by Dorothée Lépine and Seamus Haley concludes in France".
(Aude Carasco - La croix – 04/10/17)
Festivals and Awards:
2018: 6e Prix Média – Enfance Majuscule "Prix Documentaire tourné à l’étranger / Doc filmed abroad" (June 2018, Boulogne, France)