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Documentaries don’t come much more timely than Dispatches: Undercover in Tibet. Although the programme’s three months of filming took place before the recent riots, the result provided harrowing proof of the grievances that lay behind them.
To make this film, Tibetan exile Tash Despa returns to the homeland he risked his life to escape 11 years ago, to carry out secret filming with award-winning, Bafta-nominated director Jezza Neumann (Dispatches Special: China’s Stolen Children). Risking imprisonment and deportation, he uncovers evidence of the “cultural genocide” described by the Dalai Lama.
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