NIGHT DAY CARE
by Moumouni Sanou
BURKINA FASO, France - 2019 - 70 MINUTES
In a popular district of Bobo-Dioulasso, every evening, Madame Coda welcomes the children of prostitutes to her home.
The young women then stroll along the “Black”, a very lively alley in the city center, until dawn when they come to pick up their children.
But Madame Coda, who is over 80, is starting to get tired.
Born in Burkina-Faso in 1987, Moumouni Sanou, after studying cinema, working in particular as an editor and cameraman in more than ten African productions. Passionate about documentaries, in 2010 he made his first film in Burkina-Faso, “Dji-Ko”. Between 2012 and 2013, he continued his journey with two other documentaries: “Youplex” and “Sini, the future”. "N'gooni Fo Sékouba or the spirit of the hunters" is his fourth adventure.
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