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  • In the documentary When We Were Kings, how does the filmaker position the veiwer feel about the documentary?

     

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ID number:772510
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Published: 06.05.2004.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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When We Where Kings
Documentary studies by Tristan
The documentary, When We Were Kings, is the story of Muhammad Ali's return to Africa to regain his title as heavyweight boxing champion of the world from George Forman. As the filmmaker follows the fight to Africa, we see the build up to the championship fight as well as a connotative story developing regarding the nation of Africa. With the use of actuality footage, archival footage and constructed interviews, the director, Leon Gast, has structured this film to build up to the championship fight, 'Rumble in the jungle'. He has used…

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