Virunga in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is Africa’s most seasoned public park, an UNESCO world legacy site, and a challenged ground among uprisings trying to overturn the public authority that see untold benefits in the land. Among this continuous power battle, Virunga likewise turns out to be the last regular living space for the fundamentally jeopardized mountain gorilla. The main thing disrupting the general flow of the powers surrounding the gorillas: a small bunch of enthusiastic park officers and writers battling to get the recreation area’s boundaries and uncover the debasement of its foes. Loaded up with stunning film, and secured by the shockingly profound and delicate characters of the actual gorillas, Virunga is an electrifying source of inspiration around a continuous political and natural emergency in the Congo.
Orlando von Einsiedel