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While the sights and the sounds aren't enough to constitute a great movie in and of themselves, they do result in a fascinating document.
| Original Score: 3/4
Come Back, Africa is a work of amazing grace-and a forgotten treasure.
| Original Score: 4/5
Rogosin was showing a vital culture on the brink, at the moment when it was calcifying into the form it would hold for more than three decades to come.
Come Back, Africa is a timely and remarkable piece of cinema journalism: a matter-of-fact, horrifying study of life in the black depths of South African society.
What it lacks in dramatic structure, it makes up in pictorial urgency.
| Original Score: 3/5
Its power comes from the location filming of the township.
Early activist filmmaker Lionel Rogosin was able to film this powerful 1960 apartheid drama on location in South Africa by telling the authorities he was making a musical.