This is the second part of my rather long interview with Lav Diaz, conducted at the Locarno Film Festival. You can find the first part here.
Nadin Mai: What I find interesting is that you say you're a kind of teacher, you want to open people's eyes, to let them know what has happened in the country and what is still happening in the country. But then, in all of . . .
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