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WALKING IN MY SHOES

By Mélanie Chait

This is an elegant film that tells the tale of the inelegant state of education in rural South Africa. Many well-meaning adults are present—government officials, school principals, family members (except fathers), but the children are the ones who inspire. Walking in my Shoes addresses the lack of transport that impacts the lives of rural children thirsty for education. On average, they walk some 15 kilometres to get to school. The film delves into overcrowding, malnutrition, domestic violence, government incompetence, and poverty. A truth is simply told: we are failing our children.

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Title

WALKING IN MY SHOES

Director

Mélanie Chait

Country

South Africa

Year

2016

Category

Documentary Features Films

Duration

60'

Language

IsiZulu & Xhosa avec sous-titres anglais

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