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What sounds like a comedy is actually an unusual and surprisingly entertaining documentary about a Central Asian tribe called the Pamir Kirghiz. With its semi-nomadic members having lived in exile for decades in Turkey, it's a story of remarkable survival in the face of persecution and hardship. Colourful talking-head interviews combine with vignettes featuring the Kirghiz themselves playfully re-enacting their history in silent movie style; while interwoven 'making of' footage shows the frequently amusing impact the crew had on their subjects.
E means that the film's distributor believes the film to be 'exempt' from a BBFC age rating. E certificate films are often designed to inform, educate or instruct.
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A rich, intriguing, surprisingly funny film about Australia's Aboriginal population and about storytelling itself.
14+ years 87 mins
Pioneering documentary from 1922 which reveals the life of an Inuit man called Nanook.
7+ years 79 mins
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