Visages de femmes = Faces of women

Cote D'ivoire, 1985

Film
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Twelve years in the making, “Visages de Femmes” is a wonderfully unpredictable and creative look at the financial, sexual and emotional emancipation of African women. The film is a series of episodes linked by a chorus featuring traditional singing and dancing. Ecare’s achievement is to create a visual feast which owes little to colonial models of cinema.

Credits

producer/director

Desire Ecare

production company

Films de la Lagune

Language

French

Duration

01:45:00:00

Colour

Colour

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