DJENEBA: A MINYANKA WOMAN OF SOUTHERN MALI
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Regi: Bata Diallo | Varighet: 1 time | År: 2011 | Produsert ved Visuelle Kulturstudier hos UiT - Norges arktiske universitet
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Djeneba is a mother of nine children living in Kadioloko, southern Mali. Since her husband left the family some years ago Djeneba and her children manage the family's millet fields without him. Recently the eldest boy, Madou, has brought his new wife, Lidy into the family group. In this film we explore daily life in the compound as Djeneba assumes full responsibility for her family's needs. As a Malian, I've engaged Djeneba's life world in observational style and by way of intimate conversations. As well as the family we meet Nono, the old chief of Kadioloko. He's a good friend of Djeneba and a renowned local philosopher with a wry world-view and sense of humour to match. Djeneba and her family are from the agriculturalist Minyanka ethnic group but also get to know some Fulani pastoralists who share the village of Kadioloko. "Djeneba" is an hour-long chronicle of quotidien life in rural Mali from a woman's point of view.