Directed by Kim Mordaunt, 88 minutes
is an award-winning documentary that follows a bomb disposal team lead by Laith Stevens, a straight-talking, laconic Australian bomb disposal specialist. The Bomb Harvest film crew were granted an unprecedented 2 months on the ground with bomb disposal teams and live bombs, in areas of Laos which have never been filmed in before. Visit the film’s site at bombharvest.com
"Thoroughly entertaining despite its grisly subject matter…conveys its messages subtly and skillfully…Moving…and quite often laugh-out-loud funny. Stevens is a wonderful character…One of the best movies I've seen this year."
— Bruce Clarke, thescene.com.au
"Wildly entertaining…breathlessly tense…with warmth, humour and richness…Stevens is a lovable larrikin…full of hokum and charm, and the camera loves him…a lovely film. "
— Brian Duff, FilmInk