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13 mai 2011

Write an essay about a film you have seen

I didn’t have class last Friday afternoon, so I accepted my friend’s invitation to go the movies. “Amok” was on at the Royal cinema which is my favourite place to watch good films.

“Amok” is a film made by the Moroccan producer, Souheil Ben Berka with a crew made of Moroccans, Europeans, Americans, and Africans. Meriam Makeba and Robert Leisol played the leading roles.

The story takes place in South Africa: one day a black school teacher left his village and went to visit his sister in the big city of Johannesburg. There he was chocked and appalled by the terrible conditions in which the black people live. He saw poverty, misery, unemployment, violence, discrimination, prostitution and a lot more.

This film is worth seeing because it is a smashing one describing the life of the blacks under the apartheid regime in South Africa. The actors, too, are excellent and their performance is good and convincing. Besides, the music performed by Meriam Makeba, herself, is sad but expressive. I liked it a lot.

My final opinion, though, about the film is that some parts are too violent but it shows the harsh reality of the blacks in a rich but racist regime.

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