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Black Diamond [2010]
Available digitallyHU_OSA_10000905
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Director/Creator
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Original Title
Black Diamond
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Language
English French Afrikaans
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Language of Subtitles
English
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Published
France : Roche Productions ; Artémis Productions ; France 2 Cinéma, 2010.
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Physical Description
DVD-ROM (103 mins.)
Contents Summary
Black Diamond uncovers the mechanisms of the lucrative international trade of hundreds of young African players with their heads full of dreams who are ready for tremendous sacrifices to become the new soccer superstar. Tricked by crooked agents who attract them with false promises of professional careers in Europe or the Middle-East, fenced in dubious -football academies- where they receive no education, these children are the victims of a genuine traffic in which they are treated like commodities. A flagrant violation of human rights inscribed in the system of globalized football.
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Item TypeCurrent LocationCollectionCall NumberVolume InfoShelving LocationPublic Note
DVD-ROMOSA Film LibraryOSA Film LibraryFL Record 5411-Audio Visual-
DIGIFILMOSA Film LibraryOSA Film LibraryFL Record 5411-Audio VisualAccess Copy, MP4 format
Black Diamond [2010]
Available digitallyHU_OSA_10000905
MovingImageIconMoving Image
General Information
Director/Creator
General Information
Original Title
Black Diamond
General Information
Language
English French Afrikaans
General Information
Language of Subtitles
English
General Information
Published
France : Roche Productions ; Artémis Productions ; France 2 Cinéma, 2010.
General Information
Physical Description
DVD-ROM (103 mins.)
Contents Summary
Black Diamond uncovers the mechanisms of the lucrative international trade of hundreds of young African players with their heads full of dreams who are ready for tremendous sacrifices to become the new soccer superstar. Tricked by crooked agents who attract them with false promises of professional careers in Europe or the Middle-East, fenced in dubious -football academies- where they receive no education, these children are the victims of a genuine traffic in which they are treated like commodities. A flagrant violation of human rights inscribed in the system of globalized football.
Subjects
Holdings
DVD
Item Type
DVD
Current Location
OSA Film Library
Current Location
OSA Film Library
Call Number
FL Record 5411
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Shelving Location
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Public Note
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Digital Film