5 popular films you didn’t know were filmed in Africa

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HOTEL RWANDA
5 popular films you didn’t know were filmed in Africa

5 popular films you didn’t know were filmed in Africa

The setting of a movie contributes a lot to its success. Movie freaks will agree that good movies have good plots, well-developed characters, and amazing settings. A movie’s setting has to be beautiful to strengthen the plot for viewers to appreciate it. Producers know this and do their best to shoot films in the most beautiful places available.

Africa is home to some of the most beautiful places. Mountains, rivers, deserts, and serene landforms. All these draw the attention of movie producers.

Below are some of the top five films you didn’t know were shot in Africa.

1 . To begin with, HOTEL RWANDA

Hotel Rwanda was shot in 2004. It was shot mainly in Kigali, Rwanda, and Johannesburg, South Africa. Hotel Rwanda tells the story of the Rwandan genocide. It was considered one of the worst genocides to have happened in Africa. It took place in the year 1994 following major misunderstandings between Rwanda’s most prominent ethnic groups; The Tutsis and the Hutus.

The movie explores the life of a man, Paul Rusesabagina, who plays the role of a hero. Risking his own life, he offers shelter to a number of disadvantaged Tutsis, protecting them from the massacre that awaits them.

HOTEL RWANDA
HOTEL RWANDA

2 . Secondly, THE BOY WHO HARNESSED THE WIND

A Netflix movie was released in 2019. The Boy who Harnessed the Wind, is amazing with Malawi, as the plot setting. The film has quite an amazing plot. It was written from a true account by William Kamkwamba and Bryan Mealer. The main character of this movie is a poor boy whose family struggles to make ends meet. A Series of events occur in this boy’s life until he discovers how to make windmills. He then finds a way to improve the life of his family after their years of suffering.

THE BOY WHO HARNESSED THE WIND
THE BOY WHO HARNESSED THE WIND

3. Thirdly, THE GODS MUST BE CRAZY

The official comedy movie, The Gods Must be Crazy, 1980, was shot in South Africa and Botswana. The film explores the lives of people inhabiting an African desert. The people are undisturbed until a Coca-cola bottle mysteriously drops from a plane, sparking a fight between the locals. They fought to keep ownership of the unknown object. The Gods Must Be Crazy is a LAFCA Award Nominee.

THE GODS MUST BE CRAZY
THE GODS MUST BE CRAZY

4 . Another is, BEAST OF NO NATION

Beast of No Nation was shot in 2015. This movie was filmed in Ghana. It stared big actors like Idris Elba and Abraham Attah. The plot is tight, with sharp emotions. This movie explores the pain and loss associated with war, corruption, tribalism, and politics.

BEAST OF NO NATION
BEAST OF NO NATION

5 . Last but not least, VIRUNGA

This was shot in Congo. Virunga, a documentary film, was released in 2014. It explores the existence of gorillas. The threat being posed against them, and how they are being hunted down and killed. In this movie, a couple of heroes put themselves at risk in a bid to protect mountain gorillas.

VIRUNGA
VIRUNGA

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