Mama Coca : La feuille sacrée

Documentary

2007

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The documentary Mama Coca, from film-maker Felix Atencio-Gonzales, is a fly on the wall story of the importance of the coca leaf to Peruvian aborigines and the impact of cocaine on American Indian communities in Quebec. The documentary unites two indigenous spiritual leaders to speak about the coca leaf, cocaine, and their people.


Format(s)

1 X 60 minutes

Broadcaster(s)

APTN, RDI

Director(s)

Félix Atencio Gonzales


Distributor(s)

Ciné-Fête, Filmoption International