Fictitious black-and-white footage of Afrika in 1925 is alternated with colour images from the cameraman’s viewpoint — so with his camera just visible. The outmoded black-and-white images, slightly flickering and with rounded corners, mainly shows nature. In the colour scenes, the man slowly begins to understand why his local guides, brandishing spears and wearing grass skirts, are gesticulating so wildly. Spinvis’ sound and music support the two narrative layers.
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