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Ver They Will Have to Kill Us First

They Will Have to Kill Us First is a movie starring Aliou Touré, Oumar Touré, and Garba Touré. In 2012, jihadists took control of Northern Mali, imposing one of the harshest interpretations of sharia law in recent years and,...

Genres
Documentary
Director
Johanna Schwartz
Starring
Garba Touré, Nathanael Dembélé, Aliou Touré, Oumar Touré

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Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Johanna Schwartz
Writer Andy Morgan
Stars Garba Touré, Nathanael Dembélé, Aliou Touré, Oumar Touré
Country UK
Also Known As 誰也不能阻止我歌唱, They Will Have to Kill Us First: Malian Music In Exile, Malin musiikki ei vaikene, Grajmy dopóki nas nie zabiją, Musiken i Mali tystnar inte
Runtime 1 h 40 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description In 2012, jihadists took control of Northern Mali, imposing one of the harshest interpretations of sharia law in recent years and, crucially for Mali, banning music. Radio stations were destroyed, instruments were burned and overnight, Mali's musicians were forced into hiding or exile where many remain even now. Follow these musicians as they fight to keep music alive. Featuring rare footage of the jihadists, a glimpse at life in refugee camps and the perilous journeys home to war-ravaged cities, THEY WILL HAVE TO KILL US FIRST is a tale of courage in the face of conflict as Malian musicians refuse to give up the fight for their right to sing.

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Saturday, 02 May 2020 19:46

If you like historical documentaries, if you like political documentaries, if you like current events documentaries, then you will LOVE THIS FILM. The subject of the film is of course the British-Irish Troubles, but the history of the film is much wider. It focuses on the life of Henry Ford, who was born in a large, working-class Irish family in Michigan, who went to England to work in the Ford plant in Dearborn, in 1920, and who later became the largest automobile manufacturer in the world. It is the stories of his wife, Mary, and his son that move us through this time period, and this is where the film succeeds. It is also where the film suffers from a lack of quality. It is a shame that this film was not released in the United States, because it would have been a wonderful film to see. The editing is poor, and the narration is painful to listen to. The film does not tell the complete story, because the story is fragmented. Some of the interviews are much too brief, and the film could have been more focused on Henry Ford, and his relationship with his son. I also would like to mention the editing of this film is sloppy. In the beginning of the film, the narration is fine, but in the middle, it goes to the very end of the film, and the narration is very choppy. The first hour of the film is fine, but the middle is hard to watch. Henry Ford is not a particularly likable man. I have never been a fan of him. The film does a good job at showing Henry Ford as a selfless individual, but it does not show him as a likable human being. He is a good person, but he is not a particularly good person. I believe that Henry Ford was a very troubled person. The film shows him as a man who was very, very troubled. He was a human being who made some bad decisions, and that is where the film succeeds. He was a very flawed human being, and it is a shame that this film was not more focused on Henry Ford and his relationship with his son. I think that this film would have been much better if it had been better edited. The narration is choppy, and the editing is poor. This is a great film, and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in history, or who is interested in film.


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