Gaston Kaboré’s movie «Zan Boko explores the conflict between tradition and modernity with a family in a rural contexr. It has been for long time a central theme in many African films. Kaboré tells the poignant story of a village family swept up in the current tide of urbanization. In doing so, «Zan Boko» expertly reveals the transformation of an agrarian, subsistence society into an industrialized commodity economy.
|Original Title||Zan Boko|
|German Title||Zan Boko|
|French Title||Zan Boko|
|Other Titles||Zan Boko|
|Directed by||Gaston Kaboré|
|Film Editing||Andrée Davanture, Marie-Jeanne Kanyala|
|Sound||Joanny N. Traoré|
Karthago 1988: Silberner Tanit
Amiens 1988: Spezialpreis der Jury
Berlin 1988: Interfilm-Preis
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