For a 56-year old indigenous woman, her 2-hectare farmland in Southern Philippines is her life and livelihood. But for Dole, the biggest producer of bananas in the world, it is just a piece of cheap land that is good for the expansion of its monstrous plantation.

Her name is Marina and in 11minutes, she narrates her fight and captures the plight of millions of small food producers around the globe who choose to assert their rights to land and food.