Ko Bongisa Mutu

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Ko Bongisa Mutu
Directed by Claude Haffner
Cinematography Mahongue Mbait Jongue Nicolas Conan Claude Haffner
Edited by Chantal Piquet
Release date
Running time
15 minutes
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.