|Cast||Jean-Bertrand Aristide George Bush George W. Bush Timothy Carney Noam Chomsky James Dobbins Ross Douglas Francois Duvalier Jean-Claude Duvalier Paul Farmer Danny Glover Roger Noriega Colin Powell Donald Rumsfeld John Shattuck Maxine Waters|
|Language||English, French, Creole|
|Plot||Only an hour south of Miami, the elected president of the Western Hemisphere's poorest nation, Jean Bertrand Aristide, has twice been forced from office with the complicity of the international community. An intelligent and engrossing examination of the oft-suppressed story of the 2004 coup d'etat in Haiti, Rossier's film investigates the events that led to the second violent expulsion of Aristide from Haiti, and reveals the tangled web of hope, deceit, and political violence that has brought the world's first black republic to its knees.... see Aristide and the Endless Revolution on IMDb|
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|An hour south of Miami is the Western Hemisphere's poorest nation. In 2004, the democratically elected president Jean-Bertrand Aristide was taken against his will from Haiti in an American helicopter. Having been deposed once with CIA backing in 1991, the 2004 coup d'etat was not the first American intervention into Haitian politics, nor will it likely be the last.|
Featuring exclusive interviews with Aristide, commentary from a wide range of supporters and critics, and searing glimpses inside strife-torn Haiti, this award-winning documentary exposes the tangled web of hope, deceit, and political violence that has brought the world's first black republic to its knees.
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