In his documentary titled Death Metal Angola, filmmaker Jeremy Xido finds the Phoenix that has risen out of the ashes of war. Xido's protagonists have found the hidden energy of a style of music that perhaps at its core meant to heal and inspire.
Groundbreaking is definitely an overrated word these days. Yet there are some instances when nothing else will do. Haifaa Al Mansour's Wadjda for example, is a film that demands the multiple use of this word.