Sume – Mumisitsinerup nipaa

Sumé – Il suono di una rivoluzione
Directed by Inuk Silis HøeghItalian title: Sumé – Il suono di una rivoluzione
Denmark, Norway / 2015 / 75'

An orange amplifier stands out on a boundless frozen landscape. Out of it comes a new music: the kind of music that awakens consciences. It’s the 1970s, and Malik Høegh and Berthelsen are two students who came all the way from Greenland to the University of Copenhagen. Their motherland, at that time, was still under the Danish Government but their mother tongue had no words to define “oppression” and “revolution”. It will be Malik and Per the ones who’ll invent them for the lyrics to their songs, sending out with their band Sumé a message of independence and freedom: the cover of their first album depicts an Inuit mauling a Scandinavian invader.

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