Modern Slavery (2009)

108 min | Documentary

An encounter with people living under extremely restricted conditions, in Uganda, India, Moldova, Kambodia and France. The film is also a critical investigation of the negative consequences of neoliberal economical politics. The project examines the claim that its in the interest of certain economical and social forces to preserve modern slavery, and that these forces are supported by corrupt authorities and indirect participation by multinational companies.

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Directors: Thomas Robsahm, Tina Davis
Studio: Norwegian Film Institute
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