"Dark Girls 2" delves deeper into the issue of colorism on not just a national level, but an international level, and seeks to answer the question that many people are wondering, "Why are we still talking about this?" "Dark Girls 2" is the second part of the highly acclaimed "Dark Girls" (2011), a powerful documentary that brought the colorism issue to the forefront. In this documentary, the current pain of colorism is not only reflected, but there are probes in historical context. "Dark Girls 2" does not focus only on the problem, but takes the viewer on a journey toward healing.
A small unit of U.S. soldiers, alone at the remote Combat Outpost Keating, located deep in the valley of three mountains in Afghanistan, battles to defend against an overwhelming force of Taliban fighters in a coordinated attack. The Battle of Kamdesh, as it was known, was the bloodiest American engagement of the Afghan War in 2009 and Bravo Troop 3-61 CAV became one of the most decorated units of the 19-year conflict.
Korean Micro New Wave > 10 AM JFK airport. Han-chul waits for Nari near the air-train. Han Chul is a documentary filmmaker visiting from Tokyo. Nari, a working actress living in New York City. The two reunite after a year apart only to discover that living in different hemispheres has affected their relationship.
Nothing is going right for Laura. Sick and brokenhearted, she moves back home and finds that the terrifying monster who inhabited her closet as a kid is still alive and well -- and wants to talk about life.
An apocalyptic event known as The Crisis has devastated David's world leaving him to rely on survival tactics learned from childhood. Isolated and alone, David has taken refuge in a tent on the edge of the wilderness. Soon enough, another survivor emerges, Mary, who immediately begins questioning David's tactics and ultimately putting them in the cross-hairs of "Those Who Walk In Darkness", unseen creatures that may or may not be responsible for The Crisis.