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In ‘The Hadza,’ Tanzanians Live as They Did Centuries Ago


From the New York Times: “Articulate and sympathetic experts, a calmly authoritative narrator (Alfre Woodard), powerfully conversational subtitles and breathtaking scenery enliven the film’s message, which, unfortunately, seems to be that the end of this way of life is just a matter of time. (And not very much time.) If that assessment is on target, the most encouraging thing that can be said to the Hadza right now is that at least they’ll have a movie to show their grandchildren what it was like.”

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