In his second feature film, Duparc stays true to his trademark; the denunciation of human weaknesses through humor. A sweet and sour critic of African societies and the difficulty they face reconciling traditional family patterns and modern life. As usual, Duparc puts women at the center of his movies: Viviane Toure will be named best actress at the Carthage Film Festival in 1978 for her interpretation. The remarkable soundtrack by Manu Dibango follows rhythmically the turn from suffocation to freedom of the lead character.
For more information about Henri Duparc : http://www.henriduparc.com/
Starting on Mauritius Day, March 12, 2013, AfricaFilms.tv showcases the best emerging film talents of the most surprising island in Africa. 19 shots, 2 animation films and one documentary... In cooperation with Porteurs d'Images, association for the promotion of Mauritian culture.