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Po di sangui

Author: Flora GomesJean-Pierre GallèpeGaleshka MoravioffRamiro NakaBia GomesAll authors
Publisher: Ennetbaden Trigon-Film 1996
Series: Collection Auteurs (Films sans frontières (Firm))
Edition/Format:   VHS video : PAL color broadcast system : VHS tape   Visual material : Creoles and Pidgins, PortugueseView all editions and formats
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The film portrays the plight of rural Africa in the face of the approaching modernity of the Western World and explores how, in a world where languages and cultures are disappearing, the indigenous cultures of Africa deal with the societal ruptures caused by migration to urban centers and the arrival of Western science in the bush.
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Genre/Form: Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Flora Gomes; Jean-Pierre Gallèpe; Galeshka Moravioff; Ramiro Naka; Bia Gomes; Films sans frontières (Firm); Arco Iris (Firm); SP Filmes (Firm); Cinétéléfilms (Firm); Matins Films.; Trigon-Film.
OCLC Number: 271274541
Language Note: In Portuguese Creole with German and French subtitles.
Credits: Director, Flora Gomes ; screenplay, Flora Gomes, Anita Fernandez ; cinematography, Vincenzo Marano ; editor, Christiane Lack ; music, Pablo Cueco ; executive producers, Galeshka Moravioff, Jean-Pierre Gallepe.
Cast: Ramiro Naka, Bia Gomes, Edna Evora, Adama Kouyate, Dadu Cisse.
Description: 1 videocassette (91 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS; PAL.
Series Title: Collection Auteurs (Films sans frontières (Firm))
Responsibility: Production, Films sans frontières, Arco Iris, SP Filmes, Cinetelefilms ; Les Matins Films et Arco Iris présentent un film de Flora Gomes.

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The film portrays the plight of rural Africa in the face of the approaching modernity of the Western World and explores how, in a world where languages and cultures are disappearing, the indigenous cultures of Africa deal with the societal ruptures caused by migration to urban centers and the arrival of Western science in the bush.

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