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Sopi Jefine Yi

  • Documentary and factual
  • Drama
  • 2021
  • Irene García-Martínez
  • 20 mins

Summary

Some families in Senegal decide to send their children to other regions and even to another country under the tutelage of a man called marabout (Koranic teacher). Once at their destination, the Koranic school called "daara", all the children lose all their rights responding to the name "Talibé", meaning a child who lives exploited by his Koranic teacher in complicity with society, in conditions of extreme vulnerability. With almost 16 million inhabitants in the country, approximately 100,000 children are Talibés in Senegal. 30% are in the city of Saint Louis. Keur Talibé Ndar, is a local association in Saint Louis that, tired of the ineffectiveness of the actions carried out against the problem of the Talibés, decides to implement another strategy of action. His motto: "Sopi Jefine Yi" (Change the way of acting and / or watching).

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Credits

Cast

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SelfAmadou Camara
SelfMakode Diack
SelfAdèle Diagne
SelfAlassane Diallo
SelfMassäer Fall
SelfLorenzo Favarato
SelfSamba Ndong
SelfMouhamadou Samb
SelfAwa Sow
SelfIrene Sánchez

Crew

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DirectorIrene García-Martínez
DirectorMouhamadou Samb
WriterDaniel Rodríguez de Sepúlveda
ProducerIrene Sánchez
ComposerMarcos Bolaños
EditorIván Andrea Aledo

Details

Languages
Wolof | French | Spanish
Formats
Colour
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