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Brilliant, visionary film that nourishes while it entertains.
This brilliant, visionary film nourishes while it entertains. I strongly recommend this film for emotional adults interested in Africa, wilderness, and learning how to love...better. At the London Film Festival screening the audience spoke with the director. One person said that she found the visual beauty of the settings almost a distraction from the elemental emotional journey at the heart of the film. Welcome to Africa...from the inside.
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