Secrets in the Sand

Preview Language:   English
ENGLISH 27-Jan-1997 00:52:44
The killer is so tiny it cannot be seen with the naked eye. Biological weapons, one of the most terrifying forms of modern warfare, are incredibly difficult to detect, defend against or eliminate, yet alarmingly easy to create and use.
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Description
Presenting never-before-seen footage, SECRETS IN THE SAND follows a United Nations multinational team of inspectors deep into the remote deserts of Iraq, as they search for, and find, traces of a biological weapons programme. The U.N. Special Commission has set up the most comprehensive monitoring system in the world to make sure that Iraq does not resume production of the deadliest of all weapons of mass destruction.
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Geographic Subjects
Creator
Victoria Schultz, Writer and Director; Richard Sydenham, Executive Producer; United Nations Department of Public Information, Producer
Contributors
Enzo Bartocciolo, Editor; Lewis Grenville, Narrator; Francis Freedland and Jurgen Rapp, Camera - Iraq; Al Brown and Ed Loosli, Camera - New York; Rolf Eisbrenner, Sound - Iraq; Gary Roth, Sound - New York; Phil Mango, Music; Diane Barkley, Production Assistant; Magno Sound and Video, Post-Production; Alan Winderbaum, On-Line Editor; Mark De Simone, Re-Recording Engineer; Christopher Laskey and Bert Oppenheim, Graphic Artists; Mario Geissler, Paintbox; Mark Negreann, Titles
Physical Format
D2
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Color
Aspect Ratio
4:3
Parent ID
837982
Asset ID
2038184