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(277) 6.8 79 min 2018

In the Kenyan bush, a small-time ivory dealer fights to stay on top while forces mobilize to destroy his trade. When he turns to his younger cousin, a conflicted wildlife ranger who hasn't been paid in months, they both see a possible lifeline.

Genres
Documentary
Director
Jon Kasbe

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Wednesday, 05 Aug 2020 12:14

This is a really fascinating documentary, and very well done. For anyone who loves a good story told in an entertaining way, this film is the way to go. There are a lot of questions that you would like to ask of the people who made this movie, but, unfortunately, you don't have the opportunity to get in touch with them, which is why they are here today to answer them. The film is filmed in a very intimate way, and it is the kind of documentary that you really need to watch. The interviews are very informative, and you see very clearly how a documentary is made. But the real value of this film is the fact that it is just that - a documentary. It is not just the story of the film, but it is also about the lives of the people that were involved in the making of the film, and it shows us how the story was told. I was shocked by the lack of accountability of the people involved, as well as the lack of accountability of the government and corporations that were responsible for the horrors of the "War on Terror". The government was not held accountable, the corporations were not held accountable, and the majority of people were not held accountable either. In fact, the whole system that was supposed to be put in place to hold people accountable was in fact the very thing that was responsible for creating this system in the first place. It was the law, it was the system, and it was the politicians. The film really makes you think about what is the purpose of a documentary. It also makes you think about what is the purpose of the people who make movies and the people who make the news. The film really shines a light on the people who were responsible for creating a system that was based on fear and manipulation, and it shines a light on the people who make the news. I really enjoyed this film, and I urge everyone to see it. It is very insightful, and I think that everyone who enjoys good storytelling and a good story should see it.


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