Kinshasa Septembre noir
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|Kinshasa Septembre noir|
|Directed by||Jean-Michel Kibushi|
|Produced by||Atelier Graphoui|
|Screenplay by||Jean-Michel Kibushi Los niños de la avenida Fulula en Lemba|
|Music by||Griot Tetela Djamba Yodi Shongo|
|Cinematography||Jacques Faton Lumanu Tshimani|
|Edited by||Christophe Blitz
Kibushi Ndjate Wooto
|Running time||8 minutes|
|Country||Democratic Republic of the Congo|
Kinshasa Septembre noir is a 1992 film directed by Jean-Michel Kibushi.
The children of Kinshasa, using pencils and recycled paper, tell what they remember about the terrible plundering the soldiers carried out in the city on September 23, 1991, when “they killed for pleasure”.
- African Film Festival of Cordoba-FCAT (license CC BY-SA)
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