Description: VAR BOLIVIA THIRD WORLD POVERTY IN TOWN, POLICE IN CAMOUFLAGE UNIFORMS, DESTROYING COCA FIELD?; DX boys hanging out, looking at camera. Young children playing on porch. Women carrying striped bundles. Street traffic; Vendors under tarp shelters. Fenced off fountain. Venders selling produce along unpaved street. Cars parked along street; Boy carrying pinapples. Track man wearing fedora. Produce for sale - pineapples plantain, pile of pineapples; Tilt-d soldiers at boot camp doing drill carrying pick axes, actually police in training, police academy; Row of soldiers boots, soldiers walking away from drill. Police wearing riot gear, getting into van, row of police trucks jeeps; Pan dorms, trucks along road. Police in trucks etc. CU rifle in soldier's hand, CU patch on uniform: Ejercito De Bolivia; Truck full of soldiers/police driving away, VAR; Police/soldiers in jungle clearing away brush, uprooting saplings, maybe tearing up coca plants, CU buds & leaves on plant; MS man hacking at plant with pick axe, police raiding coca plantation, sort of a drug raid; Pan cleared field, police standing around talking to someone. WS shed, bush falling over in FG. Woman sort of helping uproot plant; As she is not too skilled with an axe, the man holding the plant steady gives her plenty of room. Group of soldiers watching; Soldiers uproot plant. Pan clearing. Trucks along road. Family walking along road past soldiers, man on bike goes by; Row of soldiers guarding trucks, men walking down road past trucks. POV from moving vehicle- soldiers and children beneath shed; POV driving on rough dirt road thru jungle, group of people standing on side of road. WS clearing on side of road; Grassy field surrounded by jungle. CU leaves & buds, P-Out. WS house, laundry hanging on clothesline; VAR thick tangle of bright green plants, more coca plants? CU leaves. WS shack, Pan house on stilts; P-Out coca leaves spread on ground to dry, drying leaves. Bolivian flag on flagpole ;
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