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Films & Other Videos

Films with: Paes, Cesar

Angano... angano... : nouvelles de Madagascar Angano... angano... : tales from Madagascar /
Venerable, contemporary storytellers recount the founding myths of Malagasy culture: the creation of man and woman, the origin of rice cultivation, the reason for animal sacrifice. The tales flow into and out of stunning scene of Malagasy life which give birth to the stories and which they in turn explain.
DVD 8235
Mahaleo
This videodisc celebrates the intimate relationships of the Malagasy septet Mahaleo as the group prepares for its 30th anniversary concert in 2002. The seven members of the group have become professional musicians. Mahaleo contains eighteen of the group's most famous hits: songs about migration from the countryside to the capital of Tananarivelo, nostalgia when working overseas, men who leave their wives and children, love ballads, and a soldier's guilty conscience. All of their songs call for solidarity among ordinary Malagasy.
DVD 7628
Saudade do futuro
Dreaming of a better life, migrants from the Northeast of Brazil speak about the city of São Paulo, and sing of it in prose, songs, and stories.
DVD 8236