The ethnic Hmong Lao refugees who fled from Laos to Thailand explain what the military inside of Laos did to them, while they were running and hiding, half starved, from the attacks by the soldiers. Some footage in the 75 minute-long educational documentary "Hunted Like Animals" was filmed by the Hmong-in-hiding themselves- in the mountainous conflict areas of Laos. (Cameras were smuggled in, and tapes out of the conflict area by Fact Finding Commission.)
Thousands of Hmong Lao fled from Laos to Thailand - starting 2004- to escape increasing military attacks inside of Laos, and settled in Thailand's Ban Huay Nam Khao Refugee Camp. Over 1300 DVD of HUNTED LIKE ANIMALS were disseminated to governments, UN system and NGOs. Even so diplomats and UN officials has no access to the people-in-hiding inside of Laos, or to the refugees in Thailand's refugee camp - HUNTED LIKE ANIMALS brings the voices of the desperate Hmong Lao directly to them. The refugees want the world to know what they have endured, and speak on behalf of many thousands of Hmong left behind -- who are still trapped inside of remote mountainous jungle areas, chased, attacked, tortured, mutilated, killed, starving -- AT THIS VERY MOMENT !!!!!
Please contact the filmmaker Rebecca Sommer, if you would like to order a DVD - or if you have questions: firstname.lastname@example.org #rebeccasommer, rebecca#sommer