Guerrilla Girl

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Guerrilla Girl
Release Date: 
2005
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Running Time: 
90 min
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"Granted rare access, filmmaker Frank Piasecki Poulsen presents a fascinating documentary following an idealistic 21-year-old middle-class Colombian woman from the city who joins the FARC, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, South America's largest guerrilla movement. At a camp hidden in the Colombian forest, she undergoes three months of intensive guerrilla training. But there are a number of unanticipated challenges, including slippery rocks, a lack of shampoo, and slaughtering a pregnant cow."

Source: http://www.sundancechannel.com/films/guerrilla-girl

 

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