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Bamako (ihe nkiri)
film
ahaBamako Dezie
A gụrụ ahaBamako Dezie
ụdịdrama film Dezie
mba osiFrance, Njikota Obodo Amerika, Mali Dezie
Mmalite asụsụ ihe ngosiFrench language, Asusu igbo, Senufo, Wolof, Bekee Dezie
afọ/ụbọchị mbipụta2006, 1 Febụwarị 2007 Dezie
Onye nduziAbderrahmane Sissako Dezie
Odee akụkọ ihe nkiriAbderrahmane Sissako Dezie
onye nduzi fotoJacques Besse Dezie
nchịkọta akụkọ ihe nkiriNadia Ben Rachid Dezie
ekesa siteCurzon Artificial Eye, Netflix Dezie
ebe akụkọBamako Dezie
Ụcha anụkpa ahụcolor Dezie
Nyocha akara84%, 7.1/10, 81/100 Dezie
usoro nkesavideo on demand Dezie
CNC film rating (France)no age restriction Dezie
FSK film ratingFSK 12 Dezie

Bamako bụ ihe nkiri 2006 nke Abderrahmane Sissako duziri, nke mbụ e wepụtara na 2006 Cannes Film Festival na 21 Mee [1] na Manhattan site na New Yorker Films na 14 Febụwarị 2007.

Ihe nkiri ahụ gosipụtara ikpe na-ewere ọnọdụ na Bamako, isi obodo Mali, n'etiti ndụ kwa ụbọchị na-aga n'ihu n'obodo ahụ. [2]'etiti ikpe ahụ, akụkụ abụọ na-arụ ụka ma World Bank na International Monetary Fund na-eduzi site na ọdịmma pụrụ iche nke mba ndị mepere emepe, ma ọ bụ ma ọ bụ nrụrụ aka na njikwa ọjọọ nke mba ndị ahụ, nke ahụ bụ ikpe mara maka ọnọdụ ego nke ọtụtụ mba Afrịka dara ogbenye yana ụwa ndị ọzọ dara ogbenye. [3] Ihe nkiri ahụ na-emetụta ọbụna ọchịchị ndị Europe ma na-atụle otu o si arụ ọrụ n'ịkpụzi obodo ndị Afrịka na ịda ogbenye na nsogbu ha na-akpata.

[4]Danny Glover, otu n'ime ndị na-emepụta ihe nkiri ahụ, bụkwa ndị ọbịa dị ka onye na-eme ihe nkiri na ihe nkiri ọdịda anyanwụ (nke a na-akpọ Death in Timbuktu) nke ụfọdụ ụmụaka na-ekiri na telivishọn n'otu ihe nkiri.

Ndị ọka iwu William Bourdon na Aïssata Tall Sall gosipụtara onwe ha na fim ahụ. [5]

Ndị a nabatara[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

A họpụtara onye na-eme ihe nkiri Aïssa Maïga maka César Award maka onye na-ese ihe nkiri kacha mma na 2007.

Bamako bụ onye natara onyinye ihe nkiri mbụ nke Council of Europe (FACE) nyere na Istanbul International Film Festival na Eprel 2007. [6]

Bamako meriri ihe nrite maka Best French-Language Film / Best Francophone Film na Prix Lumière .

Bamako bụkwa onye mmeri nke Audience Award na Paris Cinema na 2006.

Onye na-enyocha Salon bụ Andrew O'Hehir họọrọ ihe nkiri ahụ mgbe a gwara ya ka ọ gosipụta otu ihe nkiri n'ime Maryland Film Festival na 2008.

Nnakwere[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Ihe nkiri ahụ nwetara akara Metacritic nke 81 n'ime 100 nke pụtara na ihe nkiri ahụ nwetara otuto. Ihe nkiri ahụ nwere akara nke 85% na akara "Fresh" na Rotten Tomatoes dabere na nyocha 54 na nkwekọrịta ndị a: "Ihe nkiri ụlọ ikpe na ihe osise nke ndụ Mali kwa ụbọchị, Bamako na-abịakwute isiokwu abụọ ahụ n'otu nkà na ihe ịga nke ọma. " [7] Ihe nkiri ahụ nwetara otuto dị ukwuu maka ntụziaka ya site na Sissako.

[8] Weekly nyere Bamako akara A, na-akpọ ya "ihe nkiri na-akpali akpali, nke na-ama aka site n'aka ezigbo onye edemede na onye nduzi Mauritania bụ Abderrahmane Sissako" nakwa na ọ na-eweta "oge nke ịta ahụhụ, nke na'enweghị ezi uche, nke dị nso nke onye na-eme ihe nkiri na-ejikwa obi ụtọ na mmụọ dị elu na-efe efe".

A. O. Scott nke The New York Times kwuru na "ọ hụtụbeghị ihe nkiri dị ka Bamako" ma too ọhụụ onye nduzi ahụ dị ka "ihe dị mgbagwoju anya, nke dị mgbagha na nke mara mma nke nyocha mmekọrịta mmadụ na ibe ya, nke akụ na ụba na nke mmadụ n'Africa" wee gaa n'ihu ịkọwa ihe nkiri ahụ dị ka ""ihe dị iche, ọrụ nke ọgụgụ isi dị jụụ na iwe miri emi, arụmụka dị ogologo, nke bụkwa uri anya na-enye nsogbu". [9]

[10]Michael Phillips nke Chicago Tribune na nyocha ya nyere ihe nkiri ahụ kpakpando 3 1/2 n'ime 4 wee sị "Sissako nwere anya igwefoto pụrụ iche, ndidi na nchebe maka mbelata na ọfụma nke usoro ụlọ ikpe na ihe nkiri ndị dị n'èzí. "

Wesley Morris si na Boston Globe na nyocha dị mma kwuru "Dị ka egosiri na ihe nkiri ya gara aga, ihe ngosi nke ndụ a na-akpọ "Na-echere Obi Ụtọ," Sissako bụ onye na-ede uri, na ime ihe nkiri na foto ọhụrụ a bụ ihe kwesịrị ya". [11]

Nnyocha nke Alaeze Ukwu nyere ihe nkiri ahụ kpakpando 4 n'ime 5 ma kwuo na ihe nkiri ahụ "Ọ bụghị elekere dị mfe, ma ọ bụ n'ihe gbasara ọdịnaya ya siri ike, nhazi nke yiri ka ọ bụ ihe nnọchianya ya. Mana nke a na-eme ka ọ dị mgbagwoju anya nke ndọrọ ndọrọ ọchịchị site n'ịkwado okwu na ọnụ ọgụgụ na ihe omume kwa ụbọchị nke na-enye ajọ omume na ezughi oke ihu mmadụ" [12]

Nnyocha ahụ [13] na The Washington Post kwuru "Ọ dịghị onye nwere ike ịgọnahụ eziokwu dị ike nke na-agafe Bamako".

Hụkwa[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

  • Ndụ na Ụgwọ
  • Ọlaedo Ojii
  • Nkwupụta nke Nwoke Na-ahụ Maka Akụnụba

Edensibia[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

ha si Spain gaa China na-agafe ụsọ oké osimiri Afrịka. Akụkọ Sinbad dabeere na njem ndị ahụ, mana eziokwu nwere ike karịa akụkọ ifo. Olee otú mmadụ siha si Spain gaa China na-agafe ụsọ oké osimiri Afrịka. Akụkọ Sinbad dabeere na njem ndị ahụ, mana eziokwu nwere ike karịa akụkọ ifo. Olee otú mmadụ si

  1. Festival de Cannes: Bamako. festival-cannes.com. Retrieved on 17 December 2009.
  2. Dave Calhoun (16 October 2006). Bamako (PG). TimeOutLondon. Retrieved on 21 March 2014.
  3. BILL MEYER (17 November 2006). Bamako: An African indictment of the World Bank. People's World.org. Retrieved on 21 March 2014.
  4. DemocracyNow (16 February 2007). Bamako: Danny Glover Produces and Stars in New Film Putting the World Bank and IMF on Trial in Africa. DemocracyNow. Retrieved on 21 March 2014.
  5. Ba (15 June 2015). Sénégal : Aïssata Tall Sall, objectif présidentielle (French). Jeune Afrique. Retrieved on 16 November 2020.
  6. "Bamako", winner of the first Council of Europe film award in Istanbul. Council of Europe (14 April 2007). Retrieved on 14 April 2009.
  7. Bamako (2006). Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved on 21 March 2014.
  8. Schwarzbaum. Bamako Review. Entertainment Weekly. Archived from the original on 22 March 2014. Retrieved on 21 March 2014.
  9. Scott. "World Bank in the Docket, Charged With Africa's Woes", The New York Times, 14 February 2007. Retrieved on 21 March 2014.
  10. Phillips (9 March 2007). IMF trial lets 'Bamako' court outside issues. Chicago Tribune. Retrieved on 21 March 2014.
  11. Morris. Africans challenge global corruption in 'Bamako' courtroom. The Boston Globe. Retrieved on 21 March 2014.
  12. Parkinson. Domestic strife and political polemic in this African drama.. Empire Magazine. Retrieved on 21 March 2014.
  13. Hornaday. "Out of Africa: 'Bamako,' a Fanciful Tale With a Moral Ending", The Washington Post. Retrieved on 21 March 2014.

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