Barefoot To Timbuktu (barfuss Nach Timbuktu) (2010)
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A Film about Tolerance, Conflict and Friendship between CulturesAraouane, a settlement in the middle of the Sahara, seven days by camel from Timbuktu....In 1989, the once prosperous oasis was disappearing under encroaching dunes, when the noted Swiss/American artist Ernst Aebi passed through on a caravan. The population's destitution leaves a deep impression on him. Trying to help them becomes an obsession for Aebi because attempting the impossible satisfies his quest for adventure.Aebi, one of
Feb 12, 2010 Wide
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How you feel about the odd little documentary Barefoot to Timbuktu will depend to an unusually large extent on how you feel about its subject.
Like a good after-dinner story, the film's charm comes from casual storytelling, enhanced by gently barbed interviews with Aebi's family and ex-wife.
Captivating, inspirational and profoundly illuminating. It's a life-affirming celebration of compassion, hope, persistence and generosity of heart.
An appealing documentary about a larger-than-life adventurer, artist, entrepreneur, and social activist in a settlement in the middle of the Sahara.
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