Tuesday, July 13, 2010
V-me Says Adios to South Africa With 8-Hour Marathon
Each 1-hour episode features a different South African region resulting in a multi-layered portrait reflecting a vibrant nation's ancient roots, natural riches, pulsing cities, complex history and unforgettable people.
Jorge Gestoso and Marian de la Fuente guide viewers through some of the most gripping images of South Africa. Among the countless hours of footage captured in months of filming, viewers will journey from Cape Town's melting pot and the Johannesburg Stock Exchange to the Cradle of Humanity at the Sterkfontein Caves home to 3 million year old human fossils. Follow the history of South Africa's road to freedom, plunge down a mineshaft in South Africa's largest industry, taste some of the nation's world-class wines and walk on the wild side with valleys and coasts teeming with wildlife.
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