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Haramuya (Burkina Faso / France, 1995)

Directed by Drissa Toure. Through Fousseini, a muslim firmly attached to his faith and traditions, this film draws a picture of Ouagadougou in the traps of modernism and traditionalism. Foussei tries to take care of his family according to the old precepts and the code of honor inherited from his ancestors. One of his sons is a cinema projectionist and supports all the family against the will of his wife, while the other son idles around all day, looking for girlfriends. In French with English subtitles. 87 min. Credits and other information from the Internet Movie Database

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