‘Garifuna in Peril’ Releases on DVD

The film follows a Garifuna language teacher who struggles to preserve his endangered Afro-Amerindian culture by building a language school in his home village in Honduras.

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Written, produced and directed by Alí Allié and Ruben Reyes, it follows a Garifuna language teacher, Ricardo, who struggles to preserve his endangered Afro-Amerindian culture by building a language school back in

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his home village in Honduras and features a talented cast of Honduran and Belizean actors.

The film offers an educational look at the Garifunas, descendants of Carib, Arawak and West African people who live in the coastal regions of Central America. It explores their culture and history while also evoking the themes and challenges all indigenous groups face — that of retaining their land, culture, language and identity.

Shot in Honduras and the United States, with a cast of newcomers, “Garifuna in Peril” features 19 tracks of Garifuna music in its soundtrack, and 55% of the film’s dialogue is in the Garifuna language, balanced with English and Spanish. Subtitles are selectable on the DVD (English or Spanish).

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