Frisian-spoken docu­men­tary about life in a rural Frisian village. From late 1992 to early 1994, Henk Penninga shot film in his place of resi­dence Minnertsga, a small village in North-West Fries­land. Using mood shots, drama­tised scenes and inter­views with villagers, the film provides an impres­sion of a tightly-knit commu­nity where unity is highly regarded. Shots of recent events and old film and photo mate­rial link present and past and show how Minnertsga devel­oped in the last fifty years into a modern borough. The docu­men­tary espe­cially shows that it is well worth­while living in a small village.

Credits

Mixage
Production company
Noorderlicht Film
TV company
NCRV TV
Distributor NL
Filmmuseum Distributie

Title: Doarp
Year: 1995
Duration : 1 hour, 15 minutes
Category: Long Documentary
Edition: NFF 2000

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