Victimes de nos richesses

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Victimes de nos richesses
Directed byKal Touré
Produced byBandung Productions
Screenplay byKal Touré
Music byFantani Touré, Ali Farka Touré
CinematographyKal Touré
Edited byEric Chevalier, Sory M’Bemba, Amélie Degouis
Release date
Running time
58 minutes

Victimes de nos richesses (Victims of our wealth) is a 2006 documentary film exploring the 2005 violence at the Ceuta and Melilla border fences.[1]


One year after the fatal events that took place in September 2005 near the Spanish exclaves of Ceuta and Melilla, northern Morocco, young deported African men and women bear witness of their failed attempts to cross over to Spain and give their versions of those events.


  • Panafricano - Cannes 2007
  • Miroirs et cinémas d’Afriques - Marseille 2007
  • FCAT 2008

See also[edit]

  • Bab Sebta, a 2008 documentary about immigration to Ceuta


  1. ^ Barlet, Olivier. "Victimes de nos richesses". Africultures (in French). Retrieved 16 March 2012.