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Hmong

France, 1982 (MIFF 1984)

Director: Jean Noel Delamarre

Hmong people belong to an ethnic group of Laos that is today uprooted by the political overthrows of South East Asia .This film proposes an observation of the different steps of an exodus that started in the mountains of Laos and ended, for some of them, in a French village.

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