I, a Negro

Moi un noir

Já, černoch

  • Jean Rouch
  • France
  • 1959, 78 min
Script: Jean Rouch
Photography: Jean Rouch
Editing: Marie-Joseph Yoyotte, Catherine Dourgnon
Sound: André Lubin
Music: Joseph Degre
Actors, social actors: Oumarou Ganda, Petit Touré, Alassane Maiga, Amadou Demba, Seydou Guedé, Karidyo Daoudou, slečna Gambi
Producer, Co-producer: Pierre Braunberger
Color: Colour
Language: French
Synopsis

Czechoslovakia’s Filmový přehled (29/1961) called the film an acted documentary about the life of three young immigrants in the town of Abidjan. It was nevertheless an absolutely original work within the French New Wave, free in terms of both form and content.

“All great fiction films resemble documentaries, just as all great documents tend towards fiction. […] From now on, everything plays out as if Nietzsche’s famous statement that ‘we have art in order not to die of the truth’ was the greatest lie on earth.” J.-L. Godard

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Festival edition: 2017
Sections: Translucent Being: Jean Rouch
Exhibition format: DCP
Subtitle languages: English
Simultaneous interpreting: CZ
Screening:
26.10.2017DKO I 09:30
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