tv Doc Film - Song from the Forest Deutsche Welle August 19, 2018 4:15pm-5:01pm CEST
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. thanks. sue. sling it when i used to record you know stay in one spot just completely quiet see see things you know animals come up to you for you have encounters but they're the ones that encounter you only child or then you're already the sixth man i had lots in kind of about a little with a girl about in a girl a day this was a going to calm a big thing no it means well that is girly just sat there for twenty twenty five
feet away from me for half an hour slower than any interactions like it when a company first came up to self intro and was going on your growth and then in there i was and i was scared i would have run away but i don't let microphones around everything for you when i know you're not supposed to run away and probably wouldn't think. system to ever happen now without any kind of reaction. got up and he says really strange so. i remember him coming back out of the person a long period of time the bar. i saw changed and i. was obsessive love of music it was interesting what culture of
a place i can tell you from so. i didn't know it would be endured there's a whole lot of how. close i was a friend. i just. we'll harry i don't know very close to him and it's funny no matter how long where we don't see each other it's mediately always the same feeling we're right back where we were you know we don't there's no really acquaintance required ever in our friendship so. he was not like all of us there was we didn't quite know where we belong yet and we were not. you know we're kind of outsiders and always will be not trusting the economic system the political system the social system even the infrastructure seeing how ridiculously greedy and self-centered people with power are being young and
not wanting people telling you what to do not wanting parental authorities or police authorities or governments or. borders or territories or nationalism or hear no. i'd like to run. like a big brawl and even if it was just. this situation a most. remarkable example of not being in touch with the world was when i was on the force was for like three months when i came out i didn't have a radio back then but one of the back i was working for the project here bought a boom box and i had a radio and he was sitting in front of my house which was up at the end of it there and trilling the knobs and he just happened to stop at the b.b.c. and it was like you know in english and so i simply heard it was the end of
a news report and the sentence i heard was mr gorbachev was the president of the former soviet union. and you know i didn't hear him know that there was a former soviet union i got into the force that was still the soviet union so i was what he said. then he twirled the knot. again i will go back go back but then i thought they were in the news program was over with something else like oh outlook or some stupid program like that in the. us so i didn't know i didn't hear from like another hour and then i and then they didn't refer to because it was something that happened already was a while ago so there wasn't like any news item about it. became clear to me the head of the soviet union didn't exist. i name i ask among the book a committee in buckling out i don't know why david mcwilliams the guy yeah i do mind on one visit the number of police you've given to and elected in a close even to makati back to mcwilliam why only one. bum up money and you've been
welcomed i asked him could you move talking about the bull clubs. they don't. like you but i didn't. mind that we're learning. about the number two. where we do good or bad i mean i think. i just have to dive on your balcony. and i'm allowed one i'm not bad guy about it. yeah i mean i'm not i'm i'm way by little. i'm going to be hitting on this and they're going to see nothing less than the gavel that you know you guys yeah that was the father of the
family. but. told. that. unintelligible new album garbage you would know that they are going to die. a. little cool down playing ball for. the cambium some little bits of music you hear the topic most of all the people who live the site because the form of things being with the child and the love. for.
a record a lot of flute music there were a few players we had regionally and one by one they died and there's no more flute it is really beautiful. here it. is that's how they play you know like two in the morning get up and just wander around the camp or the village playing. distance what sounds like a woman and it comes. in and it goes a distance again do it every couple hours or two hours every day i used to be like that it was great. sound we are again. a very contemplative is it for me it helps me just write recent as i just like to
sit and think to it in the think about different things to. when i'm playing this music and i sometimes i'm just listening to it so there's just so very little. and i love i love polyphony and barca have their style a foolish thing and this is the. european. felicity in a renaissance like this period in european history when when when europe was kind of waking up to the wider world it was this beautiful music being composed in this deep faith in god and you know it's a kind of a remote time into the bike it was like a whole remote world also kind of in the last time. and i think it's you know the bottom also seeking in a way serenity and a spiritual serenity in other things and i do get that from the forests of atheists and i get that when i hear the python ways as well. because there's
something special that happens when they perform these it's a communal thing. it's their role so together that they can create this beautiful thing that is creating the spirit of. the rehearsals except that they will. his son to give us some the sulkiness say give them. all i care she listens of that's a surrender but a loss is a. transcendence six being with others. and the feeling of the. thank . you.
punch just breaks my heart. it's the below one by africans that guns and wires as in they just now they've just been wiping out the animals. it's become an existential threat to the baucus. bill they need an abundance of wildlife for their hunting the third to be viable. and i've been warning them doubly ws for a few years now that this place is being depleted and they haven't. as far as i'm concerned responded at all adequately. i mean can't comes here with good intentions but you've got to watch yourself and your own good intentions. it's the black as a culture that allows the ws to to have a choice guerrillas and only then and without the buck if they stop working tomorrow there would be no where a girl of the two a she would be finished definitely there'd have to be given something in return at least give them a good conservation and it is their land and it's wrong to think that this is some
virgin untouched wilderness an eden you know untouched and touched by humans by. mike fay vision it's just wild nature sun this forest has been shaped by the back of the well for generations in and they have shaped the play that the ecology here in our own but by their hunting and they're exploiting it i mean they've affected have al it is now they've managed it in our as much as a farmer manages his crofter something like that they have managed this environment so it is their environment for. the. the
i was interested in classical music since i was a child and i wanted to be a composer and still i wish i had the real talent or genius to be a composer because that's still what i would have liked to be more than anything but. i liked another from but it still connected with music i like you know the fact that i made so many records with such beautiful these with sort of disappearing you know and for me you can still hear the music but i mean i got some great performances when the bike was just doing it for themselves and the role so into it feels from. my parents of course were who are opposed to me how you could use it. so i didn't have that kind of support to use it. for.
when my father was dying i asked a couple months there is sort of looking after him we died in our arms all my brothers came on the day he died the morning he died and so we're all around his bed through so you know it was a. nice bit of closure for me because my towards the end my father was accepting my my life and africa. and it was finally like you know he had accepted it on the stuff that. for you. likely. not not you nicely and they'll you have to learn about them and. you. might.
somebody was about. three months old and extremely ill and still. held him in my arms all night and day he was having like just diarrhea and just an incredibly high fever terrifying and i was putting what cloth on his head in the john cooling down and three times he stopped breathing. in the middle lot of
promises them that life and told my children in a world that he just had to keep breathing and in bach i just said i'd show him lots of ground lots of places this trip now going to america is a bit you know fulfilling that promise like if famous you know and i will fight as a local thing in the film and i love a theater essar over five feet for a visit and i will forever you. yes barnyard control boarding welcome to army underground bathrooms safe market for murder and hope for sean murphy saying i will buy two but i will push on them or do you want to sue for the like it will go through they will be in the womb with an army and your number one i keith's. seems. a
no big deal on the. t.v. . the . fundamentalists. that will break. this woman the work. of the judge a mother in law who do. you were a lot when you know about the enemy nobody got a mention on these old one and gullible call up avril would done bending. over and why them and it will be about midday and one of them and at below them will go on to become a big guy and alone in a motel it will all die in the be a lot to do with don't want him i am i meant to the nobel out of it damn i'm
a bit out so for my db i'm just going to bed to get one more nanami on the wall of it to get what they need them to maybe an old lady who's. summers. this is just part of a seed a part of it's broken off. and last is the longest seed part in the world the species it comes with. and each one has one of those just going to run for it will see its being ready for us to see but sometimes you get there really long enough that. i leave this for them as well and use it musically you know they don't use this for anything and with mao i love the seeds and. it's fantastic to have somebody here in town for him to see this and have this kind of experience but also it must be some mind blowing for him to see this for all the senators none for us for the told the old stuff he's more impressed by like people people's behavior like we saw some guy down the street and he was like on the corner there and he's
like combing his hair and then he was like doing the kind of dancing where you know you have to push the movement and go one arm and down the other and but he was also like a little crazy because he was also going into the garbage can and the trash can and stuff but i mean he was doing and so some of it was really fascinating watching that guy.
so much noise from the traffic. well you know there's nice things to but it is it is a strange world when you're away from it and then you come back you realize how strange artificial it all is everything is morphing in this kind of fake a colony everybody doing these tasks that really have no intrinsic importance to their lives you know it's just something they do to to to make a living so it really connected to life. like it's not quite real or something. or you know part of me is here that part has it has not is not here i come off holograph or something. and not a real person. in
two thousand and six i got sick and i thought it was a malaria you know then it turned out had typhoid that's where it was i came back to the states anyhow for a break. i went to the national institutes of health did. good diagnosis and they found antibodies for hepatitis in the ways that i have heard but that is the sort of times these is something that you can only get if you have an idea every second it's a comparison i don't have that as being. you know i don't want to do interferon if i'm leading an active life still and there's no guarantee that it doesn't that's going to do anything on its own like they say you can cure me it's not going to make money they have a place in the act of what i thought the hepatitis b. was an act of you know for one it's all their other options we couldn't win the you
know they said the leagues you know them with the dating them and you know you read about some of those dates it was really scary it confounds to some extent the you know the effects of hepatitis b. so people who are calling fact and it becomes a lot more complicated in terms of the potential effects an exacerbation of the you know chronic liver disease perhaps an acceleration of the of the changes in the liver that lead to cirrhosis and the potential perhaps from the retains or. the. cutlets. like the law to fully. let the similarly thinking of mother mother never.
and watching my son playing with yeah it's going to need some words you know it's something i always wanted never really thought was was going to ever happen but you know you made big brother going to meet your kids right and then it difficult for them but now you did going to have you know certainly the. i like to visit you over there sometimes. i'll talk to you better before i don't try to encourage too much because i don't want to you know if something happens and i would feel responsible so it's like i'd leave it up to the person to make the whatever happens well like if you've got some disease where you've had so many things that they've actually thought you were like your science experiments and they said here to washington they gave you all kinds of. efforts to get ready and. look anytime someone tells you they want to study you ok but i have a doctor told me he said just let me don't tell him i told you just tell you this in confidence but they're very interested in liver.
i'm in love you will live in your managers just often mentioned by me knowing i've been i'm going. to let me a much too long and the minute the laconia on the mid to long on the monday. and in the. limo bubble my nose. mendoza's some monday no one knows oh my. have made the dove we have that is sad song of that is it meant i love you as a song i mean that was so long john that i was you know when i was so dumb that song remained that my funny money the mind told them up and then back to yet more morning i'm up for one more time to question one more no one will walk will know when to move money. to know something in the way they did to me and i was really no more feisty i'm going to let my straw men to now come.
to you. i woke up at four o'clock in the morning i can sleep because i have this big bed partly because of. the school because i you know last year i made a huge debt to supply all the kids with. pills for school notebooks and. hens and little blackboards and i paid their school insurance and i still have debts from that i would never let any money from the system to pay back those debts in my debts keep creeping up because you know every day i have to get things from the mauritanian sharpen it was a period. for like two months and i didn't make that wasn't even i didn't even make you know a dollar to no tourists or the tourist came they didn't stop by us i couldn't sell a single cd nothing you know we're going to go back and i'm going to have very
little. you know very little cash and then i'm going to have these people coming bothering me thinking i'm like whoa whoa whoa you know you know i hate when i say look i don't laugh you know they think of course i have money and i'm loaded you know because i'm a white person and i just came back from america really where's venues. i'm going to get for like a week and have people coming to my door people below by just coming and coming in not believing anything i say thinking and i'm holding out on them that i think that the stuff that. i mean i can deal with that but what's for me is depressing is the fact that. i don't see any kind of. source for financial help that's my biggest that's really makes me depressed because. now i'm beginning to think that i should how can i carry on living there. you know in my village. i just don't i don't know how i can.
last. i. he says. a living. hell wealth become useful however now you get rich putting your money at the right time in my case when the rich are leaving the poor behind is a good quality the most pressing social problem facing the sun and how does the new world order work when he tried to say you have two hundred fifty million people.
rode out the window and it'll come back in from the minimum inequality in new jersey dumping her. boy boy. boy. in a nine hundred sixty eight and i'll try and go to the wall to. jump in the against the currents junction to make up wasn't on salute and dusty full of stupidity until. they demanded nothing less than a whole society the one main stream of his son's. body goes missouri remember the. first time for the first time i had a feeling of being home to some of the. seeds of civil rights. peace movement. on the street. nineteen sixty eight. the
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