A man tirelessly tries to make himself heard in the hustle and bustle of the streets of the city.
His voice denounces the authoritarianism of the regime in power as much as it invites the first comer to take the floor. And this, in spite of the threats of retaliations. All along his walk, the newspaper seller changes every street corner into an effervescent agora where the governance of the country is questionned. Along the debates, the portrait of an exhausted population is drawn, exhausted by the persistence of poverty and corruption. The point is not just to inform people, but to invite them to have their wrath heard too. In front of censorship and clampdown, Fabrice Kalonji shows us the importance of committment . And the bravery that comes out of it sometimes.
Congo • 2013 • 13’
VO : French • ST : Fr, Eng
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