Last Mornings In Africa
a film by Pierre Mann, 52'The daytime behaviour of African animals is now well known, but little is known about their life after dark.
Pierre Mann's bestiary opens with the giant tortoise emerging from the mists of time and the depths of the ocean to lay its eggs in the warm sand. In the most secret places of the African bush, he observes the leopard during its nightly stalks, the mysterious genet watching its prey, the strange behaviour of buffaloes. Prey and carnivores play out the tragic game of life and death.
|production||Regards sur le monde|
|support||Région Alsace, Communauté urbaine de Strasbourg, Cora Strasbourg|
© De Visu Productions/ Pierre Mann 1994