A documentary film about the life of the missionary Fr. Juan González Nuñez among the Gumuz in Ethiopia.
This is a documentary film based on the life of Fr. Juan González Nuñez, Comboni missionary established in Ethiopia in 1976, who has lived many years among the Gumuz, an ethnic group that has historically been abandoned and neglected by the rest of the Ethiopians just for the deep black color of their skins.
In this documentary, we’ll see what’s the meaning of being a missionary in Africa: their daily activities, their basic trident of health, education and mission, the problems that they face while working on field, as well as other anthropological aspects of the tribes and the way missionaries enter in contact with new cultures.
The film lasts 27 minutes and is available for free. You can watch it here: