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From Namibia with Love

Mal Seh'n Kino in Frankfurt zeigt am Mittwoch, 27. August, um 18.00 Uhr, den Film From Namibia with Love von Laura Meriläinen-Amaumo. Der Film erzählt die faszinierende Geschichte der Finnin Anita Ailonga (rechts auf dem Bild), die als Missionärin in Afrika arbeitete, und ihrem namibischen Mann Salatiel in den Zeiten des namibischen Freiheitskampfes. From Namibia with Love. Von Laura Meriläinen-Amaumo, Namibia / Finnland 2013 "The film tells the story of an old Finnish-Namibian couple, who fought for Namibia’s independence and liberation from the South African white apartheid oppressors. The film takes the viewer on a journey through Namibia, Tanzania, Zambia and Finland. The film’s charismatic main character Anita comes from Finland and her husband Salatiel is a Namibian. In the 1970’s the couple assisted the Namibian Liberation Movement SWAPO which was fighting the South African occupation in order to free Namibia. In the middle ...

von DFG , 25.08.2014 — 0 Kommentare

Mal Seh'n Kino in Frankfurt zeigt am Mittwoch, 27. August, um 18.00 Uhr, den Film From Namibia with Love von Laura Meriläinen-Amaumo. Der Film erzählt die faszinierende Geschichte der Finnin Anita Ailonga (rechts auf dem Bild), die als Missionärin in Afrika arbeitete, und ihrem namibischen Mann Salatiel in den Zeiten des namibischen Freiheitskampfes. From Namibia with Love. Von Laura Meriläinen-Amaumo, Namibia / Finnland 2013 "The film tells the story of an old Finnish-Namibian couple, who fought for Namibia’s independence and liberation from the South African white apartheid oppressors. The film takes the viewer on a journey through Namibia, Tanzania, Zambia and Finland. The film’s charismatic main character Anita comes from Finland and her husband Salatiel is a Namibian. In the 1970’s the couple assisted the Namibian Liberation Movement SWAPO which was fighting the South African occupation in order to free Namibia. In the middle of the struggle Anita and Salatiel had to make some difficult choices that led to a conflict with the SWAPO leadership. The hardships the couple experienced in the 1970’s still haunt them. During the war Anita and Salatiel always defended those who could not defend themselves. Now almost 30 years later they are still carrying the burden of the past. The couple now lives in Northern Namibia where they have struggled to find their place in the community. Nevertheless Anita and Salatiel have never given up hope. Their devotion and love for each other and for Namibia is the main thread of the film. The beauty of Owamboland in Namibia paints the beautiful scenery for the film that is full of emotions, sadness but yet full of love and those small happy moments that make life worth living." Mit einer Einführung von Godwin Kornes, der an der Universität Mainz zur Erinnerungspolitik und –kultur in Namibia forscht. In Kooperation mit der Deutsch-Namibischen Gesellschaft. Hier Infos zum Film Mal Seh'n Kino, Adlerflychtstr. 6 , 60318 Frankfurt , 069 / 597 08 45 , info@malsehnkino.de

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