A beautiful and subtle film, this follows the lives of the displaced communities of the Blue Nile and Nuba Mountains. Despite the people suffering aerial bombardment it’s not unusual to hear laughter and music ring out in the aftermath. Kuka’s documentary celebrates defiance and the human spirit, and shows how music, song and dance provide a powerful means of safeguarding a community’s collective memory.
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