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Cocaine UnwrappedSubmitted by Belén Fernandez Salem-News.com
"Unwrapping the human cost of cocaine, the film shows the true price of this commodity" - Dartmouth Films
(TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras) - The documentary film “Cocaine Unwrapped” will premiere at the Open City London Documentary Festival on 17 June at 8:50 p.m.
The film will screen again on 18 June at 2:10 p.m.
A short description of the film from the Dartmouth Films website:
This feature documentary is a wake-up call to the West about the human suffering and cost caused by the cocaine trade and the war against it.
The film is a skilful combination of reportage from the drugs frontline and interviews with those top-level international politicians who are campaigning to get us in the West to take real responsibility for our drugs problem.
Unwrapping the human cost of cocaine, the film shows the true price of this commodity.
Watch the 3-minute trailer below the fold:
Belén is co-editor at Pulse Media. Her articles also have appeared in CounterPunch, Narco News, Palestine Chronicle, Palestine Think Tank, Rebelión, Tlaxcala, The Electronic Intifada, Upside Down World, and Venezuelanalysis.com. Her book “Coffee with Hezbollah,” a humorous political travelogue chronicling her hitchhiking trip through Lebanon in the aftermath of the 2006 Israeli assault, is available at Amazon, Amazon UK, and Barnes and Noble.
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