When Two Worlds Collide
A Battle for Indigenous Amazonian Land

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Michael

This is nothing new. The indigenous people of the "United States" were effectively exterminated by the government. "The immediate objectives are the total destruction and devastation of indian settlements..essential to ruin their crops on the ground and prevent their planting more' (George ...Read more

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Grant

This is one of the most powerful and distressing documentaries that I have seen. It is heartbreaking to witness the Government's contempt for the indigenous communities in Peru and I was left with very little hope that any change would come. I hope this film receives the exposure it deserves ...Read more

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Pamela

I am peruvian and I agree on everything you say. Watching this documentary has been very heartbreaking indeed, I was much younger when this conflict started and after this documentary I can finally say that I understood the magnitude of this event. I hope that this documentary can be ...Read more

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