It's All Good
As a result of government corruption and crushing sanctions imposed by the U.S., Venezuela has turned into a catastrophic humanitarian crisis. The country has lost most of its doctors and salaries peak at twelve dollars a month. This documentary follows several individuals, including a doctor in training and an activist medication smuggler, who are torn between staying and helping the ill or fleeing as well. Screened at the Human Rights Watch Film Festival 2019.
Venezuela, activism, poverty, healthcare
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