This Land Is Mine

repost:

It tells the story of the wars in the land called Israel/Palestine/Canaan/the Levant, since the cavemen until today, all so musical and poetic.
Reference and original, including an explanation about each character in this video: http://blog.ninapaley.com/2012/10/01/…
“This Land is Mine” is a video from Nina Paley, originally posted on Vimeo. In the end of this video appear the text “Copying is an Act of Love, please copy and share. copyheart.org”. So, here it is.
LYRIC:
The Exodus Song, “This Land is Mine” (Lyrics by Pat Boone. Sung by Andy Williams)
This land is mine God gave this land to me
This brave and ancient land to me And when the morning sun Reveals her hills and plains Then I see a land Where children can run free.
So take my hand And walk this land with me And walk this lovely land with me Tho’ I am just a man
When you are by my side
With the help of God I know I can be strong.
Tho’ I am just a man
When you are by my side
With the help of God I know I can be strong.
To make this land our home
If I must fight
I’ll fight to make this land our own. Until I die this land is mine!

The God’s Must Be Crazy

 

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The Gods Must be Crazy

“Kalahari bushman Xi (played by genuine bushman N!xau) is as surprised as the rest of his tibe when a Coke bottle, thrown from a passing plane, lands in the middle of their village. This “gift from the gods” proves to be a mixed blessing……….. To keep peace in the village, Xi is assigned to take the bottle to “the end of the earth” ………. and throw it back to the gods. ……………… This Botswanian comedy/melodrama was directed by Jamie Uys, who had helmed dozens of films before Gods and would make many more afterwards. Originally slated for limited domestic distribution in 1982, Gods Must Be Crazy was picked up for American consumption by 20th Century-Fox in 1984. Within a few weeks, “word of mouth” transformed Gods into the biggest foreign box office hit ever released in the U.S. ………………”