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About: Belarus, Vileika district of Minsk region. Lonely elderly folks are leaving for winter to the home of seasonal residence. Every of them carries their own experience and beliefs, but they will have to stay the winter together. The days pass in sicknesses, conversations, watching TV... In mid-winter, there appears a fresh resident of the house, and the life inside changes.
About: The next episode of a bestseller. After ten long years of waiting, it's finally time for the fans. In autumn 2014, Helmut Deimel will be bringing out the second part of his cult movie "The Evolution of Rallying". Thanks to exclusive and largely unseen footage, this fresh movie looks back on forty years of the Globe Rally Championship from the first globe game with Alpine-Renault in 1973 to the tri...
About: While officially a secular nation, church and state are far from separate in Georgia, where homophobia is common. The Christian Orthodox Church holds nice power including among government officials, resulting in homophobic and transphobic violence and discrimination throughout the country, hate crimes and murders, and state-ordered threats vs LGBTQI+ individuals and activists. At the same time, t...
About: Nobody knows the exact number of Portuguese fishermen that died in the cod fishing campaigns, during the dictatorship decades of the XXth century. Buried in the sea, or in faraway territories in Newfoundland and Greenland, those sailors were left behind by the same country that glorified their role in the national efforts to rebuild the photo of Portugal as a Country of seamen and navigators. Sayi...
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Abou is from Mali. He left Mali in 2013 and travelled via the Sahara to Morocco. There he, like so many another young boys from West Africa, settled in a temporary camp in order to test and cross the land border between Morocco and Melilla, a Spanish zone -one of two - on Morocco's northern coast. The border consisted of four barbed wire fences, many metres tall, under video surveillance and protected by the Moroccan and Spanish police with brute force.This movie is the project of two former movie students who are from Germany and Denmark. Their joint interest in Mount Gourougou and its migrant camp led them to create contact with Abou via a Meliilian photographer. They decided to allow Abou create the movie of life for the migrants so that it became a storyline from them rather than other about them. This movie is the effect of filming over an 18 month period whilst Abou tried to create it onto Melilla's Spanish soil, which he did in 2014. He is presently in Germany as an asylum claimant whose situation has yet to be decided.The movie that has been edited by the three parties is compelling footage. It shows many facets of the migrant life on Mount Gourougou, which is raided on an almost everyday basis by Moroccan police. The boys scavenge for food. They have tiny private results and these are risked in police raids which effect in everything being burnt by the police. The assaults on the fence effect in death for some, as happens in the movie to Abou's mate Mustapha. Yet the boys have energy and enthusiasm for football. They sing songs about their experiences and dance. They are joined in the camp by stray dogs and some errant donkeys, including a foal who loves jumping around the camp - a poignant moment. The boys search water for washing. They trade, barter and pray. In short, they do not stop being human because they have become "migrants" in a camp.The movie is very much on Abou's side; how should it be otherwise when it is filmed by him. It does not preach though and Abou and his compatriots are stoic and philosophical, if angry, about their predicament. It is fascinating whatever your view on the many migrant crises around the globe where wealthy countries tighten borders to hold migrants out resulting in more migrants and more organisation to search passage.NB Not all of the notification in this review is in the film. Some of it was shared by one of the directors (Mortiz Siebert) in a Q/A session at the London Movie Festival.
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