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  • 1. ENGLISH  4   LISTENING   COUNTRIES,  NATIONALITIES  AND  LANGUAGES/MOCK  EXAM   TONY  GATLIF   CHAIN  REACTION  FEAR  OVER  ROMA  EXPULSIONS     FROM  :  EURONEWS,  14.10.2010     Tony   Gatlif   (real   name   Michel   Dahmani   born   September   10,   1948,   Algiers,   Algeria)   is   a   French   film   director   who   also   works   as   a   scriptwriter,  actor,  and  producer.   After   a   childhood   in   Algiers,   Gatlif   arrived   in   France   in   1960   following   the   Algerian   War   of   Independence.   Gatlif   struggled   for   years   to   break   into   the   film   industry,   playing   in   several   theatrical   productions   until   directing   his   first   film,   La   Tête   en   ruine,   in   1975.  He  followed  it  with  the  1979  La  Terre  au  ventre,  a  story  of  the   Algerian  War  of  Independence.       1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   11   12   13   14   15   16   17   18   19   20   21   22   23   24   25   26   27   28   29   30   31   32   33   34   35       Tony  Gatlif  is  a  man  with  a  mission.  For  35  years,  Gatlif   __________  (1)   is  half  Kabil  (Algerian),  half  Gypsy,   …………………………   (2   produce)   and   …………………………   (3   direct)   films   about   the   Roma   people   in   Eur__________  (4),  a  people  __________  (5)  he  says  …………………………  (6  often  misunderstand)   and  …………………………  (7  discriminate)  against.   His   latest   film,   “Liberté”,   …………………………   (8   release)     this   year,   is   about   the   estimated   30,000   French   Roma   or   Gypsies   __________   (9)   …………………………   (10   detain)     and   …………………………   (11   deport)  __________  (12)  World  War  II.   Although   Gatlif   is   angry   about   President   Sarkozy’s   expulsions   and   the   dismantling   of   illegal   Roma   camps,   he   insists  that  what   …………………………  (13  happen)  today  can  in  no  way  be  compared  to  the  deportations  of   the  Second  World  War.   But  he  …………………………  (14  warn)  it  is  an  uncomfortable  reminder  of  what  happens  when  a  whole  race  of   people  …………………………  (15  target).   Valerie  Zabriskie  of  euronews  caught  up  with  the  film  director  in  Lyon.   “Tony  Gatlif,  you  are  firmly  against  the  dismantling  of  Roma  camps,   __________  (16)  opinion  polls  suggest   60  percent  of  French  people  …………………………  (17  support)  this  ‘dismantling’  policy.  …………………………   (18  that/surprise/you)?”   Tony  Gatlif:     “There’s   nothing   I   can   do   about   that.   The   only   thing   I   can   do,   is   to   explain   to   all   those   __________   (19)   …………………………   (20   not   understand).this   problem   about   the   travelling   people   –   that’s   the   administrative   term.   They   are   the   Roma   people,   Gypsies   who   …………………………   (21   be)   in   France   __________   (22)    a  very,  very  long  time,   __________   (23)  King  Francois  the  first,  these  Gypsies,  who  are   in   the   South   of   Fr__________  (24)   and   Sp__________  (25).   That’s   it.   And   these   people   __________   (26)  …………………………  (27  be)  here  in  Eur__________  (28)  __________  (29)  the  Middle  Ages,  they   have   contributed   to   Europe,   to   __________   (30   don’t   use   ‘the’)   culture,   to   all   __________   (31)   is   Eur__________  (32).   And  now  today,  we   …………………………  (33  want/they/become)  invisible.  We   …………………………  (34  want  not/they  exist).  But  how  can  a  people  of  10  million  just  stop  existing  all  of  a   sudden?   Because   Eur__________   (35)   heads   of   state   decided   to   pass   laws   against   them   so   they   can’t   move   (travel)  anymore.  This  …………………………  (36  mean)  that  when  you  …………………………  (37  want  not/a   people/move),  you  confine  them.  This  is  what  they   …………………………  (38  do)   __________  (39)   the   war.”         SCRIPT  :  http://www.euronews.net/2010/10/14/tony-­‐gatlif-­‐chain-­‐reaction-­‐fear-­‐over-­‐roma-­‐expulsions   PHOTO  AND  TEXT  IN  BOX  :  http://www.last.fm/music/Tony+Gatlif         1  

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