The poetic languages narrated in Woodwind

Fin Pictures has finished the recording of the final narration of Woodwind in Hamburg, Germany this week.

Narration sound recordist Igor Yermilov and actress Andrea Christina Furrer were busy with the German language narration, which required intensive collaboration with South African director and writer Fin Manjoo over the last two weeks.

One of the many features of the feature film is the poetic narrations. Nearly all of these are in Spanish by the protagonist, Bonifaz (Leandro Taub). The movie is mostly in English and Spanish, plus some German.

Manjoo doesn’t want to overuse narration, preferring the story to be solely told in pictures and sound to create a mood through feeling, but there’s a few narrations which poetically express the inner thoughts and worlds of the characters on the journey in India.

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