directed by Peter Casaer. Belgium, 2011 (53 min.) - Italian version
introduced by Ettore Mazzanti (Médecins Sans Frontières)
With Msf (Un)limited, Médecins Sans Frontières has decided to take a look devoid of all rhetoric at its own history. Through the personal testimonies of those who worked in Rwanda during the genocide in 1994, in Srebrenica during the slaughter in 1995, in Chechnya and in Afghanistan, or of those who have found themselves combating the pandemic of AIDS, Msf (Un)limited tells of the effectiveness and the limitations of MSF's intervention; of the way its approach has evolved over time and of its need to be truly independent; of the importance of bearing witness and of the dilemmas and compromises it has encountered along the way; and of the challenges facing it in the future.