Most Rated Movies and TV Shows With Papa Wemba
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1. Children of Men (2006)
R | 109 min | Drama, Sci-Fi, Thriller
In 2027, in a chaotic world in which women have become somehow infertile, a former activist agrees to help transport a miraculously pregnant woman to a sanctuary at sea.
Votes: 434,064 | Gross: $35.55M
2. Besieged (1998)
R | 93 min | Drama, Romance
While in exile in Italy, an African woman finds herself trying to get back home and free her imprisoned husband. But the only man that can help her do so is in love with her.
Votes: 4,406 | Gross: $2.03M
5. Bullfighter (2000)
R | 90 min | Action, Fantasy, Western
A man on the run is surprised to learn that he is a Knights Templar and that his girlfriend is a holy virgin about to give birth to a very special baby on Christmas Day.
8. Life Is Rosy (1987)
Not Rated | 80 min | Comedy, Drama, Musical
Kourou comes from a village to Kinshasa, Zaire's capital and the center of World Beat; music is in his heart and he has big dreams. Right away he gets a job as a domestic for Mamou, the ... See full summary »
10. Taratata (1993– )
Each live broadcast showcases a variety of French and international artists singing classic titles, new songs, and unreleased duets... A veritable musical scene, prestigiously crowded with ... See full summary »
11. The Importance of Being Elegant (2004 TV Movie)
70 min | Documentary
Set to the soundtrack of Papa Wemba's extraordinary music, this outrageous, funny and eye-opening film depicts the underground world of a flamboyant African cult.
12. The Real World of Peter Gabriel (2009 TV Movie)
52 min | Documentary, Biography, Music
A documentary examining how pioneering pop star Peter Gabriel has created opportunities for music to cross cultural boundaries.
17. Congo, rythmes et rumba (2006 TV Movie)
52 min | Documentary, Music
The biggest stars of the Congolese rumba are reunited in Paris for a UNESCO-sponsored concert in favor of a cause that is dear to them: the preservation of natural sites in the Democratic Republic of Congo.