Ibo, o sangue do silêncio

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Ibo, o sangue do silêncio ('Ibo, the blood of silence')[1] is a Mozambican 1981 short documentary film.[2]


To the North of the country, the Island of Ibo was used as the jail where the Portuguese political police tortured without remorse the Mozambique nationalists. This documentary reflects that jail, the consequences of colonization and the Resistance.


  1. Keith Shiri, Directory of African film-makers and films (Greenwood Press, 1992), p. 171.
  2. Les cinémas d'Afrique: dictionnaire (Paris: Editions Karthala, 2000), p. 147 ISBN 2845860609.

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