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Sudesha

India (MIFF 1984)

Director: Deepa Dhanraj

The forests of the Himalayas, the basis for subsistence of the people in these regions, are destroyed by powerful lumber dealers. Sudesha is a member of the CHIPKO movement which fights against this

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