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The Orator/O Le Tulafale (review)

The Orator/O Le Tulafale (review) Book and Media Reviews The Contemporary Pacic, Volume 24, Number 2, 433–466 © 2012 by University of Hawai‘i Press 433 434 the contemporary pacific • 24:2 (2012) The Orator/O Le Tulafale. Feature had the opportunity to share their film, 110 minutes, color, 2011. thoughts for a Radio New Zealand Written and directed by Tusi International piece on The Orator, Tamasese; produced by Catherine coordinated by an undergraduate Fitzgerald; distributed by Transmis- student in Pacific studies and intended sion Films Ltd (in Australasia) and to air in conjunction with the publica- the New Zealand Film Commission tion of this issue of The Contemporary (global). Samoan with English sub- Pacific. Collectively, the following titles. Release information available reviews present an opportunity for at http://theoratorfilm.co.nz/ members of our intellectual commu- nity to harvest the budding fruits of The Orator/O Le Tulafale hit our well-watered intellectual plantations creative capital city of Wellington and offer them back to those we serve. like the tropical thunderstorm that It is both a privilege and an obligation majestically opens the film—potent, to honor this film in the best way we uncompromising, life-affirming. know how—through loving, critical After being drenched by it, the world commentary. appeared refreshed. As http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

The Orator/O Le Tulafale (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 24 (2) – Aug 1, 2012

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Book and Media Reviews The Contemporary Pacic, Volume 24, Number 2, 433–466 © 2012 by University of Hawai‘i Press 433 434 the contemporary pacific • 24:2 (2012) The Orator/O Le Tulafale. Feature had the opportunity to share their film, 110 minutes, color, 2011. thoughts for a Radio New Zealand Written and directed by Tusi International piece on The Orator, Tamasese; produced by Catherine coordinated by an undergraduate Fitzgerald; distributed by Transmis- student in Pacific studies and intended sion Films Ltd (in Australasia) and to air in conjunction with the publica- the New Zealand Film Commission tion of this issue of The Contemporary (global). Samoan with English sub- Pacific. Collectively, the following titles. Release information available reviews present an opportunity for at http://theoratorfilm.co.nz/ members of our intellectual commu- nity to harvest the budding fruits of The Orator/O Le Tulafale hit our well-watered intellectual plantations creative capital city of Wellington and offer them back to those we serve. like the tropical thunderstorm that It is both a privilege and an obligation majestically opens the film—potent, to honor this film in the best way we uncompromising, life-affirming. know how—through loving, critical After being drenched by it, the world commentary. appeared refreshed. As

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Published: Aug 1, 2012

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