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Danbé, la tête haute (2014)

A young girl is left alone after her father and sister die in a fire that was started deliberately.

Director:

Bourlem Guerdjou

Writers:

Aya Cissoko (book), Marie Desplechin (book) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Tatiana Rojo Tatiana Rojo ... Massiré
Annabelle Lengronne Annabelle Lengronne ... Aya 28 ans
Bruno Lochet ... Jeannot
Assa Sylla Assa Sylla ... Aya 16 ans
Médina Diarra Médina Diarra ... Aya 8 ans
Moussa Sylla Moussa Sylla ... Issa 17 ans
Panama Souleymane Dembélé Panama Souleymane Dembélé ... Issa 9 ans
Alexis Michalik ... Thomas
Hassam Ghancy ... Fabrice (as Assam Ghancy)
Kadi Diarra Kadi Diarra ... Oumou
Adèle Choubard ... Priscilla
Salim Kechiouche ... Ali
Constantin Balsan Constantin Balsan ... Yohann
Éric Caravaca ... L'avocat
Lamine Diarra Lamine Diarra ... Sagui Cissoko
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A young girl is left alone after her father and sister die in a fire that was started deliberately.

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Genres:

Biography | Drama

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

23 January 2015 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Danbé: zgodba o pokoncnem dekletu See more »

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Budget:

€1,600,000 (estimated)
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impressive
1 September 2018 | by KirpianuscusSee all my reviews

A biographic film being more than simple adaptation of the events of a life. Because, from the social aspects to the remember of a racial tragedy, from the precise portrait of teenager to the succes against each evidence, the film impress and gives answers for different problems like tradition, fundamental choices, fight, motherhood, return to home and Danbe - the lead principle for resist, be yourself, for build the victory and become , against all obstacles, the hero of zour life. All is impressive. But the performances are real the lead virtue. A film about Aya Cissoko. And, maybe, about box, Mali, a family and the clash against an unfair society. Must see it !


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