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Ordinary People
A History Lesson
Directed by Clifford Bestall
Produced by Harriet Gavshon
A Mail & Guardian Television Production
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The Anne Frank in the World Exhibition has arrived in Johannesburg. Three people are filmed attending the exhibition: a Holocaust survivor; a Jewish high school student; and a student from the Morris Issacson High School in Soweto, where the 1976 student uprising began. A film on memories and histories in post-apartheid South Africa, from the viewpoints of two high school students from very different backgrounds.

  

26 minutes / color
Release: 1995
Copyright: 1994
Sale: $195

Subject areas:
Africa, Education, History, Media Studies, Youth Issues

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Part of THE ORDINARY PEOPLE series

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