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(373) 7.3 77 min 2017

Liyana is a movie starring Gcina Mhlophe. Five children in Swaziland dive into their imaginations to create an original African tale about a girl on a dangerous quest.

Starring
Gcina Mhlophe
Genres
Documentary, Animation
Director
Amanda Kopp, Aaron Kopp

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary, Animation
Director Amanda Kopp, Aaron Kopp
Stars Gcina Mhlophe
Country Qatar, USA, Swaziland
Runtime 1H 17M
Description Five children in Swaziland dive into their imaginations to create an original African tale about a girl on a dangerous quest.

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Saturday, 22 Aug 2020 17:13

I'm not much of a political scientist, but I'll be damned if the images of this documentary don't make me think about politics. You don't need to have a political agenda to see this movie, but I'll warn you that it does tell a story, one that is not really my own. It's a powerful story, told in a way that most people don't realize is not intended to be a documentary. If you are interested in politics and your mind is not on autopilot, this movie is definitely for you. If not, I don't know what to tell you. It's not about the topic, it's not about the candidates, it's not about the topic, it's about the message. The documentary was shot over a number of months, and it seems as though many people are either not involved with politics or they were involved but weren't aware of what the message of the film was. Maybe it is more of a reflection of the common ignorance of the media than a reflection of the party affiliations of the people involved. Or maybe it's just about the human mind. Maybe it is just about the people who really care about politics. I don't know, but I hope that some people will see it and learn something from it. I think it's a really powerful and important film. It does what a documentary is supposed to do, and it doesn't let you go off on your own tangents. It doesn't give you a personal experience. It's not about your own experience, it's about the experience of the people who you've never met. It is an honest, powerful film. I don't know if it's politically accurate, but it's a lot more accurate than the media is willing to admit. The director is also a journalist, so I suspect that he was aware of the general population's fascination with the issue of our time, and so he was not only telling a story, but he was giving you the opportunity to learn about the issues and what they represent. If you don't like politics or you are interested in it, this is a very worthwhile film. If you do like politics, I can't think of a better movie to watch than "100% Happier."


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