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Les mariages forcés = Forced marriages [Kadidia Sanogo, Lucie Kabore, Soeur Emmanuelle] -- Pt. Le SIDA = AIDS [Monique Ilboudo, Blanche Toe] -- Pt. La Lutte = The struggle [Aissata Cisse, Kadidiatou Sow] -- Pt.
Beginning with the oppression of patriarchal traditions and forced marriages, the film looks at the issues of AIDS and women, female circumcision, the role of women in surviving the 1991 Mali revolution, their exploitation as a labour resource, their evolving economic role as shopkeepers and traders, and their growing presence in the political realm.
Surveys social conditions faced by women in Burkina Faso, Mali, Senegal and Benin, including circumcision, forced marriage, AIDS, and economic repression.
Examines grass-roots efforts toward education and improvement as Africa opens to democracy.
It has screened to enthusiastic women's audiences across West Africa, reinforcing their demands for a place at the center of the development process.
I wanted to show that they participate fully in the questions that concern all women.
The film lets different women from Mali, Senegal, Burkina Faso and Benin talk about how they deal with the issues they are facing.
"It takes courage to see the true condition of women in the world and to speak out about it. The women in this film possess the necessary radical vision that neither romanticizes nor renders remote the obvious consequences of female enslavement." --Alice Walker "A wonderful film seen through the eyes of women determined to make a change in their lives.
It will make you cry and laugh but most importantly, bring you closer to African women." --Else "Mia" Adjali, United Methodist Office for the U.
Seven sections cover the subjects of clitoridectomy, forced marriage, HIV/AIDS, struggle, survival, economics and politics.