Between 1991 and 2002, the African nation of Sierra Leone was locked in a bitter civil war as the military government, led by Joseph Momoh, was challenged by the Revolutionary United Front, a faction that hoped to take control of the nation and establish a more equitable distribution of the money coming into the country from the diamond trade. As the fighting went on, thousands died, but many more suffered a more unusual fate as soldiers on both sides would cut off the hands of their opponents. Many of the nation's troubles remain unresolved years after the end of the war, but as Sierra Leone rebuilds, its people have come to terms with the madness that nearly tore their country apart, especially those dismembered by their enemies. Filmmaker Brigitte Uttar Kornetzky presents a profile of the people of Sierra Leone as they struggle to repair the damage done by war and battle the temptation to seek revenge for the ways they were wronged in the documentary Go No Say So. God No Say So was an official selection at the 2010 Rotterdam International Film Festival.
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