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Silent cinema makes a noise at the 'End Sexual Violence in Conflict' summit

Angelina Jolie and British Foreign Secretary William Hague arrived on Wednesday (June 11) for a second day of their summit 'End Sexual Violence in Conflict'. The pair posed for photographs on arrival before going through various areas of 'The Fringe', where performances, galleries and charity stalls were set up for interaction with the public. One cinema installation in particular contained three screens showing films simultaneously, allowing people to choose which screen they wanted to hear through their headphones. Viewers said they were moved. SOUNDBITE: Hannah Brooks, saying (English): "You could see the different experiences, hearing a woman from Liberia and her experience of rape and conflict and then flashing to the post-conflict experience in Bosnia and being able to look around and hear the two different experiences but so the same I suppose brings home how... what an enormous problem this is." SOUNDBITE: Aman Ubhi saying (English): "It's a

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