The Love Market

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This is a moving documentary that tackles the ethics of tourism through a very honest observation of the long-term effects of tourism in a vulnerable society (in this case, northern Vietnam). The filmmaker, Shalom Almond, a young Australian, spent a lot of time building a relationship with ...Read more

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