The legacy of Africa’s enslave
Posted By: wtnf
Date: 25, August 05, at 8:28 p.m.
500 Years Later represents a fresh, unapologetic African narrative on the crisis and legacy of enslavement. The film not only embodies the story of the African Diaspora, but also carries the culture of our people in its subtext.
The single most compelling factor in the making of 500 Years Later was an overwhelming desire to produce a single body of work that summoned up, chronicled and addressed the critical issues facing Africans globally — one which spoke in positive reaffirming terms to African people in the Diaspora.
This film also serves as a reference point for our generation and future generations. The techniques employed did not rely on emotions to build the case from an African standpoint. We dealt with facts over emotion and truth over everything. So the film also re-examines our own failings — I believe this makes it unprecedented.
There is a strong sense in the film of how the legacy of slavery continues, how it was not a one-off historical event that has now passed.
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