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But to the average Samoan viewer these may be too esoteric if not mildly insignificant. The plots get predictable, the stories dull and repetitive, characters become nondescript as well as the overuse of disjointed subplots which sometimes overtake and overshadow the main story. Hey Hollywood, stop spending millions and several years to release a sequel. Is that a sign of an inevitable and gradual move towards the typical soap opera model or a native invention? The more stories to bundle the better, I guess. Lone Ranger was one such movie serial. They were often short and used cliffhanger endings as a way to woo viewers back to the next episode.

Again such subtleties may not be a big deal. Pages Home Articles, Letters, etc. I do believe that Samoans, as a people, are sentimental – to a degree – and art certainly imitates life, as the saying goes, but does somberness and dispiritedness have to be utilized to the point where it becomes a distraction and detraction in these films? But to the average Samoan viewer these may be too esoteric if not mildly insignificant. The more stories to bundle the better, I guess. But the Samoans had their own serialized conception and innovation before serial films.

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Is that a sign of an inevitable and gradual move towards the typical soap opera model or a native invention? Go film in Samoa. The above-mentioned review currently the most popular post in this blog was for Part 1 – two years ago. But the Samoans had their own serialized conception and innovation before serial films. At the silmanino of my last – and only – review of SilamaninoI posted this as a postscript: A single copy would change hands several times among the villagers before the next issue the following week.

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But Silamanino and other Samoan serial films also have a number of sad and emotional moments during which crying and wailing border on an overkill. Newspapers were movis available in town, once a week Fridays mostlyand so some families would give money to the bus driver to buy a copy, or just find someone who had gone to town to borrow the newspaper from.

And how do they stay cool in there?

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Samoa being somewhat limited in movie themes, storylines and background so farI guess the next natural course would be towards the soap genre, at least considering the obsession in soaps Filipino and American by the Samoans. Samoa Times for the “Tala”. Hey Hollywood, stop spending millions and several years to release a sequel. The serialmania has moved to films and now we have Silamanino a near phonetic translation.

They were often short and used cliffhanger endings as a way to woo silamajino back to the next episode.

The plots get predictable, the stories dull and repetitive, characters become nondescript as well as the overuse of disjointed subplots which sometimes overtake and overshadow the main story.

Lone Ranger was one such movie serial. Moviegoers go in clean and come out, two hours later, smelling like copra sacks.

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Therefore comprehensive analyses are often suspended, delayed and postponed. Newer Post Older Post Home. The sound does not have to be perfect either, I have the remote to equalize it. The more stories to bundle the better, I guess.

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Is it me or does it seem that crying, sobbing, wailing and sorrow have become a regular and consistent element in Samoan films? As a result, most aspects of movie-making and storytelling get compromised.

They just want to be entertained, and then I remember when it was a common practice for villagers to share and circulate one or two copies of the local newspaper e. Subplots, preferably fewer, serve only to advance the main story. Serial films Ili lau’ulu The serial films in the US were common before, and up to, the ‘s. Again such subtleties may not be a big sulamanino.

Also, use a lot of subplots to fill screen time instead of developing the main storyline I do believe that Samoans, as a people, are sentimental – to a degree – and art certainly imitates life, as the saying goes, but does somberness and dispiritedness have to be utilized to the point where it becomes a distraction and detraction in these films?

These fagogo were told serially by silamanink elders to the children during bedtime. Eat your hearts out Rocky Balboa and ” Hurry Pottah”. But to the average Samoan viewer these may be too esoteric if not mildly insignificant. The success of Silamanino will likely make the film a pilot and model undertaking in the direction and evolution of Samoan film-making.