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Two Filmmakers Take on the U.N. for Letting Cholera Spread in Haiti

Baseball in the Time of Cholera examines the spread of cholera in Haiti through the eyes of a young baseball player.

Picture the scene: Under the scorching sun, a Haitian teenager steps up to bat, nails a ball into the outfield, rounds the bases, and slides into home through the parched, shin-high grass of his team's makeshift baseball diamond. David Darg and Bryn Mooser, two American aid-workers-turned-filmmakers, look on with cameras. And in homes nearby, a deadly cholera outbreak claims another victim.

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