Hasaki Ya Suda

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Hasaki Ya Suda
Directed by Cédric Ido
Produced by DACP Films I Do Films
Screenplay by Cédric Ido
Starring Kylian Amable
Jacky Ido
Cédric Ido
Minman Ma
Ralph Amoussou
Music by Nicola Tescari David Chalmin
Cinematography Thomas Garret
Edited by Samuel Danesi
Release date
  • 2011 (2011)
Running time
24 minutes
Country Burkina Faso / France
Language Lingala

Hasaki Ya Suda is a 2011 film.

Synopsis[edit]

The year 2100. The global warming has caused massive droughts that have led to conflicts and famines. The first victims of the global warming are the Southern populations, forced to leave their lands to immigrate to the North. A massive exodus that makes chaos out of the known world order. Now, the earth is reduced to one giant no man’s land. Lost and defenseless, the survivors have no choice but to return to ancestral rites. All over the world, clans form and fight for the last natural resources and fertile lands.

Awards[edit]

  • Festival International du Cinéma et de l'Audiovisuel du Burundi - Festicab 2011[1]
  • Prix qualité CNC 2012

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