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AMFM presents "Sada’s Sheep" by Pape Bounam Lopy

2023, Senegal, 62 mins

English— Babou Diop, Forty-year, lives with his son Sada, his wife Coumba, and a sheep they raise in the house. At the age of nine, Sada ends up building a very strong friendship with the sheep. A few days before Tabaski (Aid El Kebir), Babou realizes that his sheep destined for the holy sacrifice has disappeared, as has his son Sada. Distraught, he goes to look for them. After a difficult day, marked by many adventures, Babou finally finds them. The get togethers aren’t without consequences… Babou is then faced with a dilemma…

Français— Babou Diop quarante ans, vit avec son fils Sada, sa femme Coumba et un mouton qu’ils élèvent dans la maison. Agé de neuf ans, Sada fini par tisser une très forte relation d’amitié avec le mouton. A quelques jours de la fête de la Tabaski, Babou se rend compte que son mouton destiné au sacrifice a disparu ; son fils aussi. Désemparé, il part à leur recherche. Après une journée pénible, marquée par de nombreuses péripéties, Babou finit par les retrouver. Des retrouvailles qui ne sont pas sans conséquences…. Babou se trouve dès lors face à un dilemme…

Time(s)6:35

Date(s)Sep 23, 2023

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