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Charges that mainstream critics ignored the film have helped give it valuable free publicity.
The film, in limbo for 50 years, can finally be seen in all its aesthetic, spiritual and historical glory.
Samuel “Blitz” Bazawule’s film tells a touching story of the love between a father and his daughter.
The historical drama unfurls like a grandiose pageant, weighed down by long speeches.
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