Guerrilla diplomat"The Ambassador" goes undercover in Central African Republic's game of corruption to expose its players.
With hidden cameras and a black-market diplomatic passport, one filmmaker took on corruption in African diamond trade. Danish journalist Mads Brügger says his controversial documentary "The Ambassador" shows the harsh reality missed by conventional journalists covering this deadly trade. But does he go too far?
In this episode of The Stream, we speak to:
Director, "The Ambassador"
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