FRA/BEL | 2020 | 53 mins | dir.s Karim Miské, Marc Ball & Pierre Singaravélou | In English
The second episode of the Décolonisations docu-series, Liberation (La Libération), is that of confrontations taking place between 1927 and 1954, whether through the words of the Algerian writer Kateb Yacine who, at 15, discovers, with the 1945 Sétif Massacre, that the new French Republican values are unequally applied, or that of poet Sarojini Naidu, close to Gandhi, who will see her dreams of fraternity fall apart with the bloodbath of the 1947 partition of India. Thus a wave of resistance emerges, leading to the independence of almost all colonies in the 1960s.

£2 | ⏯️ Watch it online on 27 Jan

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