Another Day of Life

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ANOTHER DAY OF LIFE is a daringly ambitious dive into the chaos of war, based on the book by the journalist Ryszard Ricardo Kapuscinski, one of the world's most compelling chroniclers of conflict. Intercutting a graphically bold animation style with interviews and archival footage, the visually striking film conveys a rare immediacy as it tells of the outbreak of civil war following Angola's independence from Portugal in 1975. Against all advice, Kapuscinski is intent on driving south into the heart of the bloody conflict to find the isolated rebel leader Farrusco. His animated trip through corpse-strewn roads conveys an undeniable urgency, while the documentary testimony reminds us that we are watching actual history.


  • Miroslaw Haniszewski
  • Vergil J. Smith
  • Tomasz Zietek
  • Olga Boladz
  • Rafal Fudalej
  • Pawel Paczesny
  • Jakub Kamienski
  • Kerry Shale
  • Daniel Flynn
  • Youssef Kerkour

Did You Know?


  • It took 10 years to make the movie.


    • Ryszard Kapuscinski: It's a special kind of oppressiveness we feel now. Because this is a lesson drawn from history. That blood will flow.
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Sep 12, 2019

The artfully kaleidoscopic nightmare of a collapsed state has rarely been so imaginatively portrayed. The unintentionally awkward moments come from a few of the more overwrought voice-over performances, in conjunction with the often-pinched rendering of human faces.

Metacritic review by Robert Abele
Robert Abele
Los Angeles Times
May 8, 2019

It cannily draws its various strands together into a visually striking piece of rare immediacy and power.

Metacritic review by Jonathan Holland
Jonathan Holland
The Hollywood Reporter
May 8, 2019

The human testimony is undoubtedly the most engaging aspect of Another Day Of Life, but the animated sequences earn their place when they provide a sense of the emotional turmoil that Kapuscinski experienced as he faced the chaos and horrors of a war that would continue until 2002.

Allan Hunter
Screen Daily