Winner of Govyn Kernewek Award 2011.
(Warning, this film contains strong languages)
Written by Will Coleman and Graham Mitchell, and directed by Will Coleman.
What were Davey and Dawe up to last night? Well, it involved a rubber dinghy, a home-made bomb and the Tamar Bridge! But the boys didn't reckon on losing their hearts to Tamara -- fluent Cornish speaker, champion rower and advocate of non-violence.
Pyth a wrug Davey ha Dawe nyhewer? Wel, yth esa skathik ruber, tanbelen gwrys yn chi ha Pons an Tamar! Mes ny wrug an vebyon prederi a-dro kelli aga kolonnow dhe Damara; kernewegores freth, kampyores revya ha skodher erbynn freudh....
With a rich array of historical allusions to the symbolic and political history of the Tamar river, Tamara entertains, informs and, with tongue firmly in cheek, confronts head-on some contemporary issues around self-determination, Cornish nationalism and international terrorism. Dynamite!
Gans aray rych a gampollow dhe'n istori arwodhyek ha politegel an Dowr Tamar, 'Tamara' a dhidhan, a dhysk ha, gans taves yn bogh yn hwiw, a erbynn nebes an dadhlansow a hedhyw a-dro dhe omrewlyans, kenedhlekter kernewk ha brwoaghter kesgwlasek. Dinamit!
Supported by MAGA and awen productions cic.
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