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The Parching Winds of Somalia

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Country  Somalia
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Language  English
Release date  1984

The parching winds of somalia a must see for every somali


The Parching Winds of Somalia (1984) is a documentary film produced by Charles Geshekter.

Contents

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Subject matter

The film provides a close look at how the nomadic inhabitants of Somalia have withstood the ravages of a harsh desert environment and the encroachment of European imperial forces by synthesizing knowledge of the past, Muslim practices, and skillful livestock management in a successful fusion of traditional values with modern techniques.

Form

The Parching Winds of Somalia features extensive location footage in Somalia, historical photographs, interviews, and contemporary Somali music.

Other

The film is rated ages 14 and up in the United States. It was released on video in 1993 by PBS Video VHS.

References

The Parching Winds of Somalia Wikipedia


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