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CHINA IS STILL FAR AWAY
On November 1, 1954, near Ghassira, a village lost in the Aurès Mountains, a French teacher and his wife and a local governor became the first civilian victims of a seven-year war that would lead to the independence of Algeria. More than 50 years on, Malek Bensmail returned to this Shaoui village, which had become the cradle of the Algerian Revolution, and spent seasons there filming its inhabitants, its school and its children.
Awards Special Prize of the Jury, Festival Internacional de Cine de los Tres Continentes (France, 2008)
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