Fiche Film
Cinéma/TV
LONG Métrage | 1976
Beyond the plains where Man was born
Pays concerné : Tanzanie
Durée : 100 minutes
Type : fiction

Français

La reconstruction d’une journée traumatisante et pleine de courage d’un jeune Masaï.


# BEYOND THE PLAINS WHERE MAN WAS BORN (100 and 53 mins)
USA Distribution : [email protected] ; South Africa: [email protected]

English

The reconstruction of the traumatic and courageous journey of a Masai boy from the remote plains to the city – a growth of consciousness.


Production: Armorial, Paris & Signfour Films, UK/Canada
Written and directed by MICHAEL RAEBURN
Camera: John Barnard
Editor: Edith Vergne
Distribution: International TV – Cinemas in France, Africa

FESTIVALS :
London, Sydney and Melbourne
Cash prize – Centre National du Cinema, France.

* « Raeburn’s film is thoughtful, lucid and admirably shot » Financial Times
* « Intriguing, unbiased » Daily Mail
* « Effective and perceptive, made by someone who knows Africa » Africa Magazine
* « Intensely seen and deeply thoughtful » Catholic Herald
* « Beautifully photographed and of great interest » London Weekly Diary
* « Attractive, unsentimental film by one who knows Africa » Doris Lessing
* « The best film I’ve seen on Africa » President Julius Nyerere of Tanzania

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