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In a small courthouse in Cameroon, a tough-minded state prosecutor and court president are serving up justice by helping women in their village fight abuse in the face of societal pressure—and helping to change the world.
Read more about the film >>   Check local listings >>   2008 Audience Award Runner-Up

Cameroon children and a few dogs stand on a dirt road in front of two bare-board houses with trees in the background

The Making Of:

"I got typhoid and malaria. It was the rainy season, and the roads became full of mud. There was often no electricity."  More >>

The Filmmakers:

"I just hope that people will love the women in the film and feel moved by their stories."  Read more about the filmmakers >>
A Cameroon woman with a baby in her arms in an office

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