One would think this was a good thing.
The documentary, which is set to premiere on the premium cable channel in December, chronicles the historical events that led to the rise of Darfur’s Arab-dominated government that allows its people to be killed and displaced, provides an inside look at the situation on the ground and examines the international community’s “legacy of failure” to respond to such profound crimes against humanity in the past.
Are we making a business out of this?
Would we not hope for a resolution by then. Do we not see the need for expediency in the airing of this documentary?
HBO is not the Federal Government, why the time lapse between the purchase and the airing of something which needs to be aired now?
How is it that you purchase a documentary about a situation in need of a solution three years ago and air it months later?