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Viva Frelimo
Newsreel/Dutch Television
Producer: Newsreel/Dutch Television
1971
Color
45 minutes
US

Viva Frelimo

This film shows the development of the Frelimo party during Mozambique's struggle for independence from Portugal. Traveling throughout Northern Mozambique with several of the provincial leaders including the late Samora Machel, the filmmakers capture details of life in the liberated areas. The film focuses on Frelimo's efforts to re-educate the people to be self-reliant fighters against exploitation and foreign domination.
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