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Sunday, August 20, 2006

Afrique 50 René Vautier



This is the master of cinema militant René Vautier's commissioned anti-colonialist film, which ended up being banned and finding its author in prison. In French with no subtitles (will try to make some and repost at some point in the future).

WARNING: This is a large file, approx. 122MB, download might be slow.


afrique50

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

can you possibly post afrique 50 again....?....i am looking to watch it......or you can email me at lauren_woods@yahoo.com and we can work somehting out....thanks.....l.

3:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Forget about it.
The ministry of internal affairs made sure there is no single copy of the documentary available on the net. I wonder why, don't you?

11:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

FR: G pu le voir cet été sur dailymotion, ou il a été posté 2 fois puis effacé; attendons le prochain post...

ENG: I just saw it last summer; it was already posted twice on dailymotion and deleted some weeks or month after. Sure it will be reposted again, we will have to wait...

10:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

is there anyway i could get the english subtitles for this film? or a copy of the film with english subtitles? it would be greatly appreciated. you can e-mail me at evanw60@gmail.com. Thanks very much, even if you can't help me!

3:33 PM  
Anonymous joan said...

Muchas gracias por subir este documental.

saludos

5:20 PM  
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