Television production in which Sarah Maldoror uses popular and comical filmmaking to combat racist stereotypes. With comedic touches, the film tells about the daily life of migrants, of Africans in Paris, while also mocking closed-minded national identities through something supposedly so characteristically French as culinary expertise.
Sidiki Bakaba, Cheick Doukouré, Elias Sherif, Jean Bouise, Albert Delpy, Bernard Haller
Thursday 19 – 18:00 H
Sarah Maldoror was a French filmmaker of French West Indies descent. She is best known for her feature film ‘Sambizanga’ (1972) on the 1961–1974 war in Angola.