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Nîm, or the Fresh Water Sinner

Created on 23 December 2010
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"Twenty years ago, our parents lived well, there were trees, there was water, but now things have changed...." Mensah Zakari Bawa is from Atakora, a dry region in northern Benin. He undertakes a journey which will bring him all the way to Oiudah, where he will meet the "chief of waters". A human adventure on the road toward water, during which we will discover a spiritual Africa, musical and enchanting. Note: "Nîm": water, in Biali dialect.

More info: www.cultureunplugged.com
Produced by: Lesclauze
Year: 2009
Language: French, Biali dialect, English subtitles



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