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|Timor Lorosae: The Unseen Massacre|
|Directed by||Lucélia Santos|
|Written by|| Pedro Neschling |
Timor Lorosae: The Unseen Massacre (Portuguese : Timor Lorosae - O Massacre Que o Mundo não Viu) is a 2001 Brazilian documentary film directed by actress and director Lucélia Santos. The film shows the situation in East Timor, a year after the ballot that decided its independence.
The film won the Audience Award at the 2002 Recife Cinema Festival.
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