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A Rustling of Leaves: Inside the Philippine Revolution ONF/NFB

Catalogue Number:  NFB530537
Producer:  National Film Board of Canada
Producers:  Nettie Wild, Christopher James
Directors:  Nettie Wild
Producing Agencies:  Canada Wild Productions Ltd. (Vancouver)
Subject:  Documentary, Global Studies, History, Politics
Language:  English
Country Of Origin:  Canada
Copyright Year:  1988
Running Time:  110m

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Shot in the Philippines over an eight-month period in 1987, this work chronicles three points of a political triangle: the legal left, represented by Kummander Dante, founder of the rebel army and a candidate for the Senate; the illegal armed revolution, as explored through rebel priest Father Navaro, member of the communist New People's Army; and the enemy that threatens both groups, the armed, reactionary right. Radio disc jockey Jun Pala is the voice of the right's anti-communist crusade. This work poses the key question facing the revolutionaries and the Philippino left: should the people's movement continue the guerilla war, or do they dare enter legal politics and reveal the hidden faces of a revolution?

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