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Mugabe and the White African


Lucy Bailey & Andrew Thompson

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About the Film

Michael Campbell is one of the few hundred white farmers left in Zimbabwe since President Robert Mugabe began his violent Land Reform program in 2000. Since then the country has descended into chaos. In 2008 Mike took the unprecedented step of challenging President Robert Mugabe in an International Court; accusing Robert Mugabe and his government of racial discrimination and violations of basic human rights. What follows is an intimate, moving and often terrifying account of one man and his family’s extraordinary courage in the face of overwhelming injustice and brutality. Set against the tumultuous 2008 Presidential elections Mugabe and the White African follows Mike and son-in-law Ben Freeth's harrowing attempt to save their farm and with it the homes and livelihoods of 500 black workers and their families. Filmed over 12 months, a gripping courtroom drama unfolds whilst all the time Mike, his family and the farm workers face the all too real threats of Mugabe's wrath on the farm. After months of frightening threats and a horrific attack the Court’s judges finally rule unanimously in Mike’s and Ben’s favour. They return to the farm. But will Mugabe and his henchmen abide the Courts decision?

Customer Reviews

Hugely Intuative, unbeleivable

So not one to bleat on about films or ducumentaries but this really was an amazing insight to what life has been like for white farmers in Zimbabwe , i never realised the true extend and fear white farmers went through, this is truely a must watch even if it just to become better educated, still cant beleive the ending

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  • £5.99
  • Genre: Documentary
  • Released: 2010

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