This Little Land of Mines is about the resilience of the Lao people as they live among and work to clear yet unexploded bombs from the Vietnam War, when the CIA embarked on their largest covert operation to date. During over 580,000 bombing missions, the U.S. dropped 270 million bombs on Laos, 80 million of which have yet to explode.
- year 2019
- rating MT
- runtime 64
- director Erin McGoff
- country USA/Lao People's Democratic Republic
- Genre Documentary, Female Filmmaker, Political
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