Ko Bongisa Mutu
|Ko Bongisa Mutu|
|Directed by||Claude Haffner|
|Cinematography||Mahongue Mbait Jongue Nicolas Conan Claude Haffner|
|Edited by||Chantal Piquet|
|Country||Democratic Republic of the Congo|
Ko Bongisa Mutu is a 2002 documentary film.
Plagued by the stress of Paris, a young woman from Congo-Kinshasa takes shelter in a hair salon in the Strasbourg-Saint-Denis neighborhood in Paris, where numerous African hairdressers have opened up for business. She spends a very enjoyable day watching the clients being taken care of, eating, singing and even dancing. She recovers memories from her childhood and a certain amount of serenity.
- African Film Festival of Cordoba-FCAT (license CC BY-SA)
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