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Once-banned human rights film ‘Dukot’ to show in Hoboken

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Dukot (2009) by Joel Lamangan portrays human rights abuses in the Philippines through the eyes of a politically apathetic mother whose daughter is kidnapped.

The film received criticism from the Philippine government and was initially banned for its graphic depictions of torture.

For this reason also, children under 13 years will not be admitted to tonight’s screening.

Stevens Institute of Technology will host a special screening of award-winning human rights film “Dukot” this evening in Hoboken.

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