look back at a film which revealed “the infinite beauty of the country”

look back at a film which revealed “the infinite beauty of the country”
look back at a film which revealed “the infinite beauty of the country”

The documentary film “ Algeria seen from the sky », directed by Yann Arthus-Bertrand and Yazid Tizi, and released in June 2015, is a real portal to the largest country in Africa, offering a unique view of its natural beauty and its archaeological remains, witnesses of a thousand-year-old history. .

Nine years after the release of the film, its co-director, Frenchman of Algerian origin, Yazid Tizi returns to this documentary which he considers to be a true declaration of love to Algeria.

9 years after its release, Yazid Tizi returns to his film “ Algeria seen from the sky »

The largest country in Africa and bordering the Mediterranean Sea, Algeria offers a “ infinite beauty » to its visitors. Hospitality, one of the main values ​​of Algerians, often adds a special touch to the experiences of foreign tourists.

Our desire was to show the infinite beauty of Algeria to all Algerians and, thereby, make them proud of their incredible country with limitless potential. », Explains in a statement reported last Thursday by TV5 Monde.

Still regarding his film, the director explains that his objective was in principle to make “ discover or rediscover » to the Algerians « these gems “. And it is through this wonder, he adds, “ which is the first step towards respect “, we can “ open the field of possibilities “.

The documentary film, obviously still current, offering a different story on this immense North African country, was also “ a desire for reconciliation “. “ It is a film of absolute respect which does not seek to create controversy “, further asserts the director.

Beyond the breathtaking images depicted in the film, Yazid Tizi, like many foreign tourists who have experienced a stay in the country, believes that the true wealth of Algeria, “ first of all it’s the Algerians “.

In Algeria, each region “ tells a story in its own way through its beauty »

For him, these people knew how to preserve their culture, “ despite successive waves of occupation “. And one of these values, anchored in the minds of Algerians, is none other than hospitality, which is confirmed by all foreign tourists who return from a trip to Algeria.

Geographically, Algeria offers countless landscapes, one more impressive than the other: from the plains, mountains and valleys in the North, to the steppes of the high plateaus, to the Sahara which unfolds over an alternation of volcanic landscapes. or lunar, of stone plains and expanses of sand.

In this regard, Yazid Tizi affirms that each region “ tells a story in its own way », through its beauty. “ You have to go to M’Zab in Ghardaïa, but Kabylia, Tassili n’Ajjer and Hoggar remain unique places », he concludes.

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