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Drissa Toure

Haramuya

Edition 1995
86' - 1995 - Comedy - Dialogue: Bambara
Director: Drissa Toure Composer: Cheick Tidiane Seck With: Abdoulaye Kaba, Rakieta Kabore, Aï Keïta
Ouagadougou, its buildings and shantytowns ... Wealth in a modern town and poverty in the suburbs. Through Fousseinfs family, a muslim firmly attached to his faith and traditions, “Haramuya” draws the picture of Ouagadougou in the traps of modernism and traditionalism. Fousseini tries to keep his family according to the old precepts and the code of honour inherited from his ancestors. One of his sons is a cinema projectionist and supports the entire family against the will of his wife. The other son idles around all day long in Ouagadougou, looking for a girlfriend.

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Credits

Director

Drissa Toure

Composer

Cheick Tidiane Seck

With

Abdoulaye Kaba, Rakieta Kabore, Aï Keïta

Scenario

Drissa Toure

Director of Photography

François Kuhnel

Editor

Kahéna Attia

Producer

Jean Bréhat

More information

Dialogue

Bambara

Countries of production

Burkina Faso, France

Year

1995

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