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Trapped in a Human Zoo
The documentary Trapped in a Human Zoo tells the story of eight Inuit from Labrador who set off on a voyage to Europe in 1880. Initially lured by promises of adventure and riches, they come to realize, too late, that they are trapped in the world of “human zoos” in which men, women and children are exhibited.
A documentary by Guilhem Rondot and France Rivet / Production Pix3 films / 2015
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