Miscegenation saga about a white woman from the US and a black man from Namibia. Locations from Paris to Senegal, Tunis to Marseilles make the picture look bigger than it actually is. The story has to do with politics and the hell that the Africans go through, have gone through, and will
continue to go through until a united Africa is formed. There are partial English subtitles and very little violence. The big question is, what is Charlie Chaplin's widow doing in this film? The luminous Oona O'Neil, approaching 60, didn't need the money, so why she took a role in such an
inconsequential film is a mystery.