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Title Don't Tell My Mother That I Am In...: Central America
Published Australia : SBS 2, 2012
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Summary In this season of the powerful documentary series Don't Tell My Mother I'm In.. charismatic host Diego Bunel travels to some of the world's most troublesome places, looking beyond the headlines to reveal the rich cultures and the true interests of the people.Diego takes us on a wild journey through four countries in Central America, which serves as a crucial link between South America and Mexico en route to the United States. It's a poignant and often nail biting ride as he meets immigrants spending their last dimes on their journeys to the United States, gang members in an over-crowded prison, an anonymous street artist spreading a message of peace, police under the threat of urban warfare, and eco-warriors - some wearing army uniforms and others surfing volcanoes. Join Diego as he learns what price these nations are paying for years of civil wars, dictatorships and costly natural disasters and how they are working to put themselves back together. (From France, in English) (Documentary Series)Follow the conversation on Twitter: #SBS2
Event Broadcast 2015-12-29 at 20:30:00
Notes Classification: PG
Subject Gang members -- Attitudes.
Immigrants -- Psychology.
Peace.
Urban warfare.
War and society.
Discovery and exploration, American.
Central America.
Form Streaming video
Author Bunuel, Diego, host