'Imelda': An Intimate Portrait of Filipino Politics The new documentary Imelda examines the life of Imelda Marcos, the ousted first lady of the Philippines. Filmmaker Ramona Diaz says Imelda Marcos' life and 20-year rule with her husband, the late Ferdinand Marcos, reflect their country's dramatic political history. Diaz talks with NPR's Bob Edwards.
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'Imelda': An Intimate Portrait of Filipino Politics

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'Imelda': An Intimate Portrait of Filipino Politics

'Imelda': An Intimate Portrait of Filipino Politics

'Imelda': An Intimate Portrait of Filipino Politics

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The new documentary Imelda examines the life of Imelda Marcos, the ousted first lady of the Philippines. Filmmaker Ramona Diaz says Imelda Marcos' life and 20-year rule with her husband, the late Ferdinand Marcos, reflect their country's dramatic political history. Diaz talks with NPR's Bob Edwards.