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Focus Years: 1997 | Country: United Kingdom
Subject Tags: africa, conflict, ethics, europe, livelihood, poverty, united kingdom, war
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
When Mozambique’s 16-year-long civil war ended in October 1992, hundreds of thousands of soldiers gave up their arms and were asked to end their life of fighting and begin a new life. This film gives some of those men the opportunity to tell their story – sometimes funny, sometimes tragic, often both, they tell of how they became a soldier, how they lived as a soldier, and how they adapted to civilian life once the war ended. With a musical score by Mozambique’s lyrical singer and composer Roberto Chitsondzo, this film is a tender and human portrait of war from a soldier's perspective.
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Karen Boswall

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