The Tanzanian government has criticised a documentary about attacks on albinos that opens in the United States on Friday, claiming the film is sensational, inaccurate, and ignores efforts to stop the brutality.
"The Boy from Geita" follows the story of an albino child attacked for his body parts, which are highly prized by witch doctors, and the help he got from a Canada-registered charity, Under the Same Sun, which advocates for people with albinism.
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