|Directed by||Falaba Issa Traoré|
|Produced by||Falaba's Films|
|Written by||Falaba Issa Traoré|
Ibrahima Sory Togola
|Cinematography||Benoit Say Kan N'da|
|Edited by||Ahoussy Diangoye, Koffi Kouabran|
Daily life scenes in a rural village of Mali: harvest, meddlesomeness, children games, a wedding, a theft, and the clumsy intervention of the police. The character that brings all these scenes together is a leper despised by the whole village, who manages to be cured in the city and happily returns to his people.
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