Today the hawk takes one chick / Documentary Educational Resources ; director, Jane Gillooly ; producers, Ann S. Kim, Jane Gillooly, Tracey Kaplan ; produced in association with Center for Independent Documentary.
*Today The Hawk Takes One Chick* captures day-to-day life in a rural society on the threshold of simultaneous collapse and reinvention. The Lubombo region of Swaziland suffers from the world*s highest prevalence of HIV and the lowest life expectancy. This observational film is told from the poignant perspective of three grandmothers (gogos) who have become instrumental in defining a new world order in the fight against the spread of HIV. As the stakes of each day heighten, gogo Albertina asks: *What will happen when all the gogos are dead?*.
Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2010. (Ethnographic video online). Available via World Wide Web.
In Siswati (Swazi) and English with English subtitles.