Out of Africa

A film about how the remains of the last British colony in Africa is falling to pieces, put under pressure by a racism contradictory to what we are used to.

«Why I’m leaving? The farm can be burnt and one could be killed. But I’ve had a good life. We lived like kings!» After 55 years in Africa the 80 year old Norwegian Camillo Mordt feels compelled to make inquiries about the possibility of moving back to Norway.

Dur: 55 min.
Director: Line Hatland
Producer: Jacob Risdal Otnes
Release: November 2002
TV-distribution: TV2 (Norway)

The Norwegian Short film festival, Grimstad


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