Author Promotional Film from Dead Interesting Productions

DIP has launched our latest film promotion for author James Penhaligon's latest book 'Speak Swahili, Dammit!.

A young boy's chaotic life in a remote, wild, corner of East Africa taught him early some stark facts about life — tragedy, vulnerability, danger, arrogance and cruelty. Only the extraordinary sympathy, loyalty and kindness of the local watu, imbued with irrepressible and hilarious humour, saved him from despair.
A story of learning about the world, and life, a little by education, a lot by accident, but overwhelmingly by fate and happenstance, in circumstances few people in the developed world have experienced.
The film contains original footage of Tanzania in the 1960's and is available to view on the YouTube channel, created by DIP for the author: http://bit.ly/ac7548
For more information see the Dead Interesting Productions website: www.deadinteresting.com

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