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Wênd Kûuni = Le don de Dieu

Author: Gaston KaboréSerge YanogoRosine YanogoJoseph NikiemaSékou OuedraogoAll authors
Publisher: San Francisco, CA : California Newsreel, ©1982.
Series: Library of African cinema (Videocassette)
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : MorreView all editions and formats
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A mute foundling is raised in an African village by a weaver and his family. The mute regains his powers of speech only after a shock, then reveals his origins and reasons for dumbness.
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Genre/Form: Videocassettes
Mooré films
Fiction films
Feature films
Drama
Features
Sociological drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Gaston Kaboré; Serge Yanogo; Rosine Yanogo; Joseph Nikiema; Sékou Ouedraogo; René Bélemsida Guirma; Colette Kaboré; Simone Tapsoba; Upper Volta. Direction du cinéma.; California Newsreel (Firm)
OCLC Number: 22548830
Language Note: In Môre (Mossi) with English subtitles.
Notes: Originally produced as foreign motion picture (Burkina Faso).
Credits: Editor, Andree Davanture; music, Rene Guirma; photography, Sekou Ouedraogo.
Cast: Serge Yanogo (Wênd Kûuni), Rosine Yanogo (Pogners), Joseph Nikiema (Tinga), Colette Kaboré, Simone Tapsoba.
Description: 1 videocassette (70 min.) : sound, color ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Series Title: Library of African cinema (Videocassette)
Other Titles: God's gift
Don de Dieu
Responsibility: La Direction du Cinéma ; un film produit par la Republique de Haute-Volta ; réalisateur, Gaston Kaboré ; scripte, Marie-Jeanne Kanyala ; producteur délégué, Gaston J.M. Kaboré.

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A mute foundling is raised in an African village by a weaver and his family. The mute regains his powers of speech only after a shock, then reveals his origins and reasons for dumbness.

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