(PRWEB) October 8, 2005
In Northern Uganda, a madman who believes that he is the human manifestation of God has struck fear in the hearts of men, women and especially children. As the sun sets in the picturesque terrain of Uganda, children in the thousands leave their villages and head for the safety of the city. The fear of mutilation, rape and abduction have driven them from their families.
In an effort to bring this humanitarian crisis to the world, Filmmaker Daryl Watson, with the assistance of UNICEF, has returned from a harrowing journey in Northern Uganda with gripping footage of atrocities, interviews with major political figures in the Ugandan Government, and heart breaking stories from former child soldiers and concubines.
Fox Television’s Reshonda Tate interviewed the filmmaker and CEO of South African based Askari Pictures http://www.askari-pictures.com, Daryl Watson on his return from Uganda. His intriguing tale of an army of abducted children forced to kill their families and commit other atrocities in the name of God. Joseph Kony a diabolical cult leader who has promised to one day rule the government of Uganda under the rule of the Ten Commandment with his Lord’s Resistance Army, has captivated American and International audiences worldwide.
As the Sudan Tribune reported, "The Sudanese People’s Liberation Army will join hands with the Uganda Army to hunt for the leader of Ugandan’s Lord’s Resistant Army, (LRA) Joseph Kony in Southern Sudan."
The movie “Hearts of Darkness” is the detailed account of his journey and of the legacy of evil that has terrorized an entire nation for two decades.