Chadwick Boseman in a scene from “Black Panther.” (Marvel Studios/Disney via AP)
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Much of what is seen in "Black Panther" is fictional, including the country where the movie is based. But in Wakanda, they do speak a language that is very much real, with distinctive click sounds that had some cast members struggling to speak it.Those "click" sounds that are unusual to many outside South Africa are a combination of the Khoi and San languages of the region's original inhabitants, Deyi said.Deyi hasn't yet seen "Black Panther" but is thrilled by the film's prospects for globalizing a language she said is well-equipped for economy and law, not only for communication in one corner of the world.
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