Laguna Negra is a film that explores the core values of a campesino community in Huancabamba (Peru), the way the fabric of this society has been threatened by large scale mining and the destructive outcome of imposing a capital intensive model of development on a society based on traditional values.
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Interesting film, its clarity, its message and beautiful natural world. Unfortunately no more information was given as to how the situation ended but in general it was a good film with a good purpose.
A great film with no preaching presenter, it allows those affected by the mine to speak for themselves.