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emanuele colussi

on 23 January 2014

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Transcript of Mandela

Mandela & De Klerk
The film is characterized by a continue juxtaposition of white and black figure. There is the continue repetition of the same sequences of images: Mandela with his "blacks" friends (they are often represented in dark and close place to highlight their condition); the "whites" that are in open and illuminated place. This two figure are separated from sketch of "blacks" rebellion all over the world, with the ending image of their vote and the liberation from the oppressing power of "whites" and the won election of Nelson Mandela to the role of first president of South-Africa.
The thinking of "white" hegemony is well represented, in fact before De Klerk had the power, there is no negotiation from the two side, because the former president thought that "black" africans were not human, but only monkeys that can talk. De Clerk was fundamental for Mandela and his his people liberation, because he started a negotiation that will leads to the conclusion of this ugly tragedy.

An other aspect that is well made in this film is the language. Here we can hear the different pronunciation from a british language like in the following video.

Here we saw the turning point of Mandela and South-Africa story.

"There is no easy road to freedom »
After 27 years Mandela leaves the prison
Mandela's imprisonment
Mandela optimism
A character: Mandela's wife
In this film, Winnie Madikizel, Mandela's
wife, was first a good person with moral
ideals like his husband, then she was
overwhelm by the power that she and primarily Mandela acquired (she kills
some people) . It is a connection with Shakespeare's masterpiece "Macbeth". Here lady Macbeth's lust of power, leads her to lose her mind.
A character: Mandela
Instead Mandela unlike Macbeth, he will not lose his mind like his wife in fact he will leave her because she became "mad".
Mandela preserves his ideals and he was preparing to become the first black president in South-Africa.
"Mandela & De Clerk" is Mandela's biography. It talks about his life, from his imprisonment to his liberation. Trough a big struggle at the end he will be able to free
South-African people.
An ideal for which I'm prepared
to die
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