The 10 Conditions of Love

Exiled in the U.S., activist Rebiya Kadeer is fighting for the human rights of her people, the Uyghur (pron. wee-ger), China's oppressed Muslim minority who live in what they refer to as East Turkestan, China's Xinjiang Province. Her campaign condemns her sons to on-going solitary confinement in a Chinese prison, and having served six years in solitary herself, she understands the appalling consequences for them of her actions - but she will not relent. The film itself created a storm of controversy before it premiered at the Melbourne Film Festival when Chinese authorities attempted (unsuccessfully) to have the film removed from the program.

Year: 2009
Genre: Documentaries, Australian Film, Political Docos, Biography, Docos - Political
Country: Australia, USA
Director: Jeff Daniels (II)
Duration: 54 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains violence.
Location in store: Documentary (Political)



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