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UBUNTU UPPERCUT short film (The African john wick) inspired by killbill

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Blafokan Reflections:

  • Is this film influenced by Asian culture or would you say it’s an African filmmaker expanding the genre artistic expression?
  • Do you know of any martial arts indigenous to Africa and still in practice?
  • What would you like to see incorporated in an African martial arts film? What elements of design, costume, weaponry, style of martial arts would you like to see? What type of storyline do we need to see?
  • What do you think the filmmaker was trying to convey and what did you take from the film?
  • You too wish this film could have been longer.

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