1 January 0001
"No problem" is a common phrase in Africa. Paradoxically it is often used in situations where there is a problem - for example, when we landed in Somaliland and discovered that we could not enter the country. We were told that our only option was to sneak back on the plane and return to Mogadishu - "but, no problem". The phrase also plays off our reason for making the film. Somalia is in the throes of one of the world's largest humanitarian crises, yet Americans hear little about it on the news. We flew there to document the crisis, and now we are preparing to show you what we saw.
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