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Dancing on the Edge| 41mins
Director: Karen Boswall | Producer: Karen Boswall
Focus Years: 2001 | Country: South Africa
Subject Tags: africa, culture, education, gender, health, mozambique
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
“Dancing on the Edge” is a narrative documentary set in rural Mozambique, where gender roles and poverty influence the fight to contain the spread of AIDS. A young HIV positive mother, who works as an AIDS counsellor, takes her healthy daughter to a remote village for initiation into sexuality. Antonietta struggles with the contradictions of maintaining traditional values while adapting to the reality of the modern world devastated by AIDS.

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