Directed by Mohamed Sessy Kamara

Sierra Leone
2022, 72 min

Films from Sierra Leone by Sierra Leonean directors are rare, and his one by Sesy M. Kamara is cause for celebration. Husinatu and Hassanatu are twin sisters who decide to move to the Middle East to find better lives for themselves, their children, and their parents. The film is about immigration, family relations, the search for independence and a better future in opposition to family traditions. The film is part of Generation Africa, a documentary project centering on youth and migration.

In Krio and Fulah with English subtitles.

Thursday, February 22, 2024 | 7:00pm
PCC Cascade Campus

Note: Documentary Series
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