Total Denial (2006)
ONE MAN, wanted by the law both in Burma and in Thailand - KA HSAW WA.SLAVE LABOR, a common practice in BURMA, a country now called Myanmar, controlled by a military dictatorship.Two WESTERN CORPORATIONS making business deals with a junta infamous for HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES.This is the story of the construction of the UNOCAL/TOTAL oil pipeline in Burma.An unprecedented legal battle will unfold in a US courtroom, shocking the world with its revelations.Fifteen plaintiffs who've never left the Burmese jungle will battle head-to-head with two corporate giants. The outcome of this struggle will profoundly affect the actions of corporations worldwide. --© Cinema Village … More
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Critic Reviews for Total Denial
Total Denial is intelligent and brimming with what can only be called heart.
Documentary filmmaking doesn't get much more timely or topical than Total Denial, an unexpectedly gripping look at the ongoing political and human-rights situation in Myanmar.
Extremely timely and intensely affecting, Milena Kaneva's passionate documentary takes us on an eye-opening trip into the Burmese jungle.
Penetrating Burmese jungles with legendary young activist Ka Hsaw Wa as he gathers evidence of widespread forced relocations, murder, rape and slave labor, Total Denial shuttles between outrage and justice.
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