Africa Addio (Adios Africa) (Africa Blood and Guts)
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Africa Addio (Adios Africa) (Africa Blood and Guts)
Africa, Blood and Guts is an edited-down version of the 1966 documentary Africa, Addio, a follow up to the directors' Mondo Cane. Whereas the original 138-minute version of Addio sought to criticize practices and customs in 1960s Africa and demonstrated a fair amount of substance (drawing extreme controversy for its political and social observations about Africa), this reduced version exists only for the sake of exploitation - exclusively emphasizing homicides, genocides, mutilations, the butchering of animals and all manner of other grotesquerie. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

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"Africa Addio affords some journalistic integrity, which is sacrificed, as per usual and at most every opportunity, to find graphic animal deaths and women."
‑ Rumsey Taylor, Not Coming to a Theater Near You
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