Tilaï (1990)

Sobre o filme

Saga returns to his village after a two-year absence. A lot has changed. His fiancée Nogma has become his father’s second wife. Yet Saga and Nogma, still in love with each other, break the law of the community and have an affair. For the village, this is incest and Saga must die. Kougri, his own brother, is appointed to kill him, but lets him escape. Saga hides out at an aunt’s and is joined by Nogma. They live happily until the day Saga learns that his mother is dying. He decides to go back to the village. The film won a prize at the 1990 Cannes Film Festival and also the Best Soundtrack Award (for jazz musician and composer Abdullah Ibrahim) at the 1991 Fespaco.

Título original: Tilaï

Ano: 1990

Duração: 81 minutos

País: Burkina Faso

Cor: color, 35mm


Roteiro: Idrissa Ouédraogo

Fotografia: Jean Monsigny, Pierre Laurent Chenieux

Elenco: Rasmané Ouédraogo, Ina Cisse, Roukietou Barry, Assane Ouédraogo, Sibidou Sidibe

Música: Abdullah Ibrahim