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Another Day of Life (2018)

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A gripping story of a three-month-long journey that renowned Polish reporter Ryszard Kapuscinski took across Angola ravaged by a war in which the front lines shifted like a kaleidoscope ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Miroslaw Haniszewski ... Ryszard Kapuscinski
Vergil J. Smith Vergil J. Smith ... Queiroz / Luis Alberto / Nelson
Tomasz Zietek ... Farrusco
Olga Boladz ... Carlota / Dona Cartagina
Rafal Fudalej ... Friedkin / Student
Pawel Paczesny Pawel Paczesny ... Portuguese soldier / Carlos
Jakub Kamienski Jakub Kamienski ... Luis Alberto / Nelson / Daddy
Kerry Shale ... Ryszard Kapuscinski (voice)
Daniel Flynn ... Queiroz (voice)
Youssef Kerkour ... Farrusco (voice)
Lillie Flynn Lillie Flynn ... Carlota (voice)
Akie Kotabe ... Friedkin / Student (voice)
Ben Elliot Ben Elliot ... Portuguese soldier (voice)
Emma Tate Emma Tate ... Dona Cartagina (voice)
Jude Owusu ... Carlos (voice)
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A gripping story of a three-month-long journey that renowned Polish reporter Ryszard Kapuscinski took across Angola ravaged by a war in which the front lines shifted like a kaleidoscope from one day to the next. Written by Platige Image

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Poland | Spain | Germany | Belgium | Hungary

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26 October 2018 (Spain) See more »

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€7,700,000 (estimated)
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Rizsard Kapuscinsky or how to give voice to poor and wretched peoples
22 April 2019 | by jmrecillas-83435See all my reviews

Rizsard Kapuscinsky is one of the most important reporters of the XX Century, and someone who witnessed some of the biggest war crimes in Europe, Latin America and Africa. His books and reportages are ineludible documents to understand all the interests behind war, invasions and geopolitics. It is not surprise that any American viewer say nothing about this animated documentary. It is very probably that American audiences doesn't like at all what Kapuscinski has written, and the way he is portrayed on here. Very far from the way are portayed reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein on the Watergate affair. In that case, there is no ideology. America film and history are made to believe that what both Washington Post reporters it is what investigative journalism is all about. This is, for say the least, an arrogant point of view. America is not the world, nor even the center of the word. Is one pole. The other is Russia, and the former USSR.

This animated documentary involves both poles from the Cold War, and is not, and cannot be by any means precisely a fruit of objectivity. But, as Kapuscinski put it in many other of his reporter works, and is put it that way on here, his job is to give word to those are condemned to be forgotten, those who usually die amidst oblivion and never are listen, those who are needed and poor, just like Jesus say on his preach, which not means I compared Jesus with Kapuscinski.

Animation is awesome on this documentary, the way are blended original footage and pictures of many of the depicted characters is just amazing, and shows how American power is capable of the worst atrocities only to support its foreing policy of destruction and empoverity entire countries. The Angola conflict is one of those defeites that American doesn't want to remember, after Vietnam. Of course, it would be naïve to consider that this documentary support openly Russian interventionism, since they abandon too Angola, only to see how Cuba took their place in the conflict and made it to succeed.

There is no such a thing called neutral interventionism, but Kapuscinski knows that he has to be the voice of those who hasn't and seem condemned to be crashed by any outside political power. "This is the way I look" is a frase repeated several times in the documentary, as if little people raise his voice to be remeber in the future and not fall into oblivion. That's the very point on what Kapuscinski was doing all his life, and for that will be remembered as one of the biggest and more influential reporters of the last century.

A very impressive documentary, a must see to unveil our prejudices about interventionism.


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