Alexandre's father, convicted of murder, is transported from Portugal to Angola. Here slavery exists, and white settlers kill Africans for land. As time passes, the country unites for independence, against new invaders. Alexandre then sees why the enigmatic Yaka statue is such an important symbol.
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