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Duration: 1 hour

After 18 years away Samira is going back to her birthplace, Somalia.

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Thu 3 May 2012 03:25 BBC Three

  • Actress Scarlett Johansson

    Actress Scarlett Johansson

    Actress Scarlett Johansson narrates ‘Escape From The World’s Most Dangerous Place’. Scarlett is passionate about the issues raised in the film having travelled to East Africa to witness the crisis affecting the region.

  • Samira Hashi

    Samira Hashi

    Samira is a 21 year old model living in London. After 18 years away Samira is going back to her birth place, Somalia, the most dangerous country in the world.

    (Photographer: Joseph Sinclair)

  • Dolo Ado

    Dolo Ado

    Samira is seen visiting with children from a Dolo Ado refugee camp. Samira lived in a refugee camp until she was three years old.

  • Beautiful, but Dangerous

    Beautiful, but Dangerous

    Samira near the beach in Mogadishu, Somalia. Gunshots, known locally as the music of Mogadishu, can be heard in the distance.

Credits

Presenter
Samira Hashi
Presenter
Samira Hashi
Narrator
Scarlett Johansson
Narrator
Scarlett Johansson
Producer
Steph Atkinson
Producer
Steph Atkinson
Director
Steph Atkinson
Director
Steph Atkinson
Executive Producer
Rob Unsworth
Executive Producer
Rob Unsworth

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