Flin Flon Flim Flam

Genre:  Documentary
Running Time:  52 min.
Release year:  2016

Current rating: Rating: 2.60
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A exposé on the worldwide operations of Toronto-based Hudbay Minerals Inc. The film documents Hudbay’s heavy metal contamination in Flin Flon; allegations of Hudbay-sponsored violence in Guatemala that left a community leader dead, a young father paralyzed and 11 women claiming to have been gang raped; the deployment of Peruvian National Police to beat demonstrators at the company’s largest mine; and plans to build a massive open pit copper mine in Arizona in a location that is home to the only known wild jaguar in the United States.

Director: John Dougherty
Screenplay: John Dougherty

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  • 5 stars "This movie provides an comprehensive analysis of the transnational mining corporations in the world from different perspectives."
  • 1 star "What a biased piece of trash. This is not journalism. Could you not find one person in favour of the mine?"
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