You Can't Blow Out a Fire
2002, 05:03 minutes, colour, English & Tagalog (w English)
Women's passion and yearning for justice burns amongst the reality of state terrorism. A former political prisoner and a woman's song gives context to women protesting at a demonstration in opposition to the U.S. troops in the Philippines as they await the arrival of Philippine President Gloria Macapagai-Arroyo (GMA).
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