An exclusive selection of the best shorts from Mauritius, the best hidden secret in Africa.. An island of modernity and diversity. Part I.
At a crossroad between different worlds, Mauritius was populated by successive waves of migration from Africa, Asia and Europe. Of course, this melting pot does not go without a bundle of thundering misunderstandings and astounding reinventions of togetherness. Since our differences are our greatest resource, So different! offers a journey toward new encounters. 

A moment at la chaumière (Jérôme Valin)
A look, an impression, on one place of Mauritian countryside: La chaumière.

Le renard, l’ours et la souris (Stéphane Bellerose)
An employee of the central water Authority enters in a lady’s  garden where he discovers a huge ripe mango hanging from a tree. As the owner is away, he cannot resist the temptation to steal the fruit, but the postman arrives on his bicycle. Will they team up well together?
Father's sweetheart (Krishna Luchoomun)
Now that he lives in Mauritius with his new family, a father feels remorse for having left a daughter in Finland, 17 years ago. The birth of his son makes him become more aware of what his daughter has been deprived of all these years. Will she blame him for his absence one day?
Home Away (Wassim Sookia)
Alex is a huge Manchester United fan who’s preparing for a Manchester versus Liverpool game. He has a satellite dish installed to be able to watch the game on TV. His young neighbor Kenny is a Liverpool fan who alsohopes he’ll be able to watch the game. Yet Alex rejects his request.
Made in Mauritius (David Constantin)
In a small village in Mauritius, Bissoon, a retired farmer, has a problem : this morning, for the first time in 20 years, his old radio set’s fuse has blown. In his little shop on the outskirts of the village, Ah – Yan, the shoppkeeper, only believes in one thing globalisation. Bissoon comes to him to buy a new fuse …