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Angola
1991
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55 minutes
Brazil/Angola
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Angola

This documentary from a Brazil captures the tenacity and diversity of Angolan society. Beginning with a brief history of Angola's war for independence from Portugal, the documentary's up-beat pacing provides an engaging overview of Angola's social and economic landscape. City life, music, the economy, rural communities, and the effects of civil war and apartheid in neighboring South Africa are covered using scenes of every day life in Angola and commentaries from Angolans themselves. The video uses language and details that are interesting and informative. This video is an excellent introduction and update for people of all ages who seek greater understanding of life in post-colonial Africa.
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