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Published on Feb 21, 2013
The three decades long Sri Lankan civil conflict, which ended in mid-2009 with the defeat of the LTTE, is ranked as one of South Asia's most intractable and bloody conflicts. In the last few days of the war alone an estimated 40,000 Tamil civilians died and thousands went missing. Some suggest the real figure may be far higher. Carefully evidenced and powerfully measured feature length film 'No Fire Zone' documents the final awful months of the Sri Lankan civil war as told by the people who lived through it. The film -- by the Nobel Peace prize nominated team which made the TV documentary Sri Lanka's Killing Fields - is a meticulous and chilling expose of some of the worst war crimes and crimes against humanity of recent times.