Release year: 2005
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Cameroonian filmmaker Jean-Marie Teno directs this impassioned documentary about the slow crumbling of traditional morals and values caused by colonialism and globalization. The film traces Teno's journey from his base in France to Cameroon's capital Yaounde to his hometown of Mbieng.
In the process, he captures images of corroding infrastructures and corrupt officials. This film was screened at the 2000 Berlin Film Festival.