10-20 SETTEMBRE 2015

Lamb

Yared Zeleke / FRA / ETH/DEU/NOR/ 2015 / HD / 94´

DETTAGLI

  • Regista Yared Zeleke
  • Titolo originale Lamb
  • Titolo internazionale Lamb
  • Paese FRA/ETH/DEU/NOR
  • Anno di produzione 2015
  • Formato HD
  • Produzione Slum Kid Films
  • Sceneggiatura Yared Zeleke, Géraldine Bajard
  • Interpreti Rediat Amare, Kidist Siyum, Welela Assefa, Surafel Teka, Rahel Teshome, Indris Mohamed
  • Musiche Christophe Chassol
  • Montaggio Véronique Bruque
  • Fotografia Josée Deshaies
  • Sound editor Tobias Fleig, Till Heinrich RÖllinghoff, Rainer Heesch

PASSAGGI

  • 10-09-2015 20:30 / Teatro Strehler
  • 14-09-2015 15:00 / Spazio Oberdan
  • 17-09-2015 15:00 / Teatro Strehler

CONDIVIDI

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SINOSSI

Ephraïm vive con suo padre e il suo adorato agnellino Chuni in un zona dell'Etiopia stremata dalla siccità, che da poco si è portata via la mamma. Il padre di Ephraïm decide così di portarlo dagli zii, che vivono in un'area più fertile (è lo splendido Bale Mountains National Park), mentre lui andrà a cercare lavoro ad Addis Abeba. Per Ephraïm, nove anni, inizia un viaggio di iniziazione da compiere con la compagnia di Chuni. Lo zio cattivo, la zia matrona che lo ama ma ha il peso di tutta una famiglia sulle spalle, la cugina ribelle che preferisce leggere giornali che sposarsi, la minaccia del sacrificio di Chuni per la festa che si avvicina, i samosa che Ephraïm cucina per guadagnare: sono questi gli elementi di una fiaba moderna in cui il biglietto del bus (ma Ephraïm non sa ancora se lo userà per andare dal padre o tornare a casa) diventa la chiave che risolverà tutto. O forse no, perché una dolce bambina insegnerà qualcosa a Ephraïm sulla libertà di Chuni, e di lui stesso.
Primo film etiope della storia a essere selezionato al Festival di Cannes, nel 2015, è l'opera prima di Yared Zeleke, che mostra qui una rara capacità di unire l'illustrazione della cultura tradizionale del suo Paese con una spinta emotiva e sociale che ricorda il nostro neorealismo. Sapore di cinema di altri tempi, o forse semplicemente di grande cinema.

Alice Arecco

REGISTA

Yared Zeleke
Nato nel 1978 in Etiopia, ha conseguito una laurea in Sviluppo Internazionale presso la Clark University (USA) e ha studiato Cinema alla New York University, specializzandosi in regia e sceneggiatura. Ha collaborato con numerose ONG negli Stati Uniti, in Etiopia, in Namibia e in Norvegia, prima di iniziare la sua carriera da regista. Yared ha scritto, diretto e prodotto molti cortometraggi documentari (Allula) e brevi fiction (Housewarming). Ha anche lavorato con il regista Joshua Atesh Litle per il documentario The Furious Force of Rhymes, che ha ricevuto un gran numero di riconoscimenti. In Etiopia ha lavorato al montaggio di vari documentari per la United Nations Industrial Development Organization. Nel 2015 Yared ultima il suo primo lungometraggio, Lamb, girato negli altopiani del Nord Etiopia.

FILMOGRAFIA REGISTA

  • Lamb 2015
  • The Quiet Garden (cm) 2009
  • Housewarming (cm) 2009
  • Full (cm) 2009


NOTE DI REGIA

Ci sono grandi analogie tra Ephraim, il protagonista di Lamb, e me stesso. Sono stato cresciuto da vigorose donne etiopi e ho sempre preferito stare in cucina con mia nonna che uscire a giocare o fare sport con gli altri ragazzini del quartiere. A dieci anni ho perso la mia casa e la mia famiglia a causa dei conflitti e dei disordini che imperversavano nel mio paese. La storia narrata in Lamb è inevitabilmente molto vicina alla mia storia personale e al contesto sociale in cui ho vissuto. É un\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'opera semi-autobiografica che tratta dei sentimenti, delle angosce e degli umori tipici del mio paese di origine. Sono cresciuto nel quartiere di Addis Abeba durante uno dei periodi più oscuri della storia dell’Etiopia: l’imperatore Haile Selassie era appena stato deposto da un colpo di stato che decretò la conseguente caduta del paese in un vortice di guerre e carestie. Nel suo tentative di far valere la propria autorità e il proprio controllo la giunta militare, la “Derg”, impose un regime tirannico di terrore. Decine di migliaia di dissidenti e oppositori politici furono giustiziati e imprigionati senza processo. Ricordo ancora i soldati che vennero a catturare mio padre, le urla di mio cugino giustiziato in quanto soggetto scomodo, medico, e mia madre che mi chiamò al suo letto per dirmi che mi stava abbandonando nel quartiere maledetto per farsi una nuova vita in una zona più civile di Addis Abeba. Nonostante il caos, ho avuto un’infanzia felice in Etiopia. Un proverbio africano recita “ci vuole un villaggio per far crescere bene un bambino” e io sono d’accordo. Gli adulti del mio quartiere ci tenevano distratti dagli orrori del Derg con la scuola, il catechismo, il calcio e i film (soprattutto russi, indiani e della Germania dell’Est). Ci sono degli elementi fiabeschi in Lamb: un ragazzino con un agnello come migliore amico alla ricerca della via di casa, che deve combattere contro la malvagità dello zio, tra inquietanti montagne e foreste proibite. La storia è tuttavia più realistica di quella di una favola. Si svolge nel complesso ambiente proletario delle campagne Etiopi. Le donne sono tutte una sorta di magiche fate che aiutano Ephraim nella redenzione. Ma sono allo stesso tempo figure molto poco materne. Sebbene Lamb sembri essere un racconto visto con gli occhi di un bambino, la materia trattata è complessa e profonda. Lamb tratta temi quali lo sfollamento e la perdita della propria casa. Ephraim rivuole indietro la sua famiglia e la propria patria. Gli archetipi della famiglia e del cibo in quanto incarnazioni del senso della casa sono presenti in tutto il film. L’Etiopia è incisa nella memoria collettiva per la carestia patita nel 1980, motivo per cui la questione del cibo è un tema centrale nella vicenda. Ephraim ha perso sua madre per la carestia e lui è costantemente alla ricerca di cibo per sfamare il suo agnellino, e sfrutterà le sue abilità culinarie per salvare l’agnellino e tornare a casa. Quindi il cibo è anche simbolo di sopravvivenza e di amore. Mentre gli zii vedono 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solo come “carne da macello”. Al contrario Ephraim pensa che sia il suo unico amico. Lamb riflette sul come un individuo, anzi un bambino, sopravviva ad una perdita. Per me è stato un mezzo per riflettere sulla realtà dell’Etiopia che ricordo. Al di là delle barriere geografiche, storiche e culturali dobbiamo entrare in empatia con i sentimenti e le emozioni dell’altro. Così Lamb non è più solo la mia personale storia, ma può essere quella di chiunque altro.
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