|Release Date:||February 14, 2007|
|Running time:||115 minutes|
|Cast:||Helene Diarra, Danny Glover, William Bourdon|
|Distributor:||New Yorker Films|
Description: Caught in the stranglehold of debt and structural adjustment, the African continent is fighting for its survival. In the face of this disaster, representatives of African society bring an action against international financial institutions. The trial takes place in Bamako, in the yard of a house, among its inhabitants who go about their business, attentive or indifferent to the debates. Among them are Chaka and Mele--she is a singer in a bar and he is unemployed. It also doesn't help that their relationship is on the rocks.
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