In a West African plantation in the 60s, a young determined girl must battle family and society to preserve her late father’s legacy, a colonial plantation, amidst disagreements, betrayal and secrets. A musical comedy drama, an allegory of Neo-colonization.
Young Eystein Dingha is a 30-year-old enthusiastic filmmaker from Cameroon. He has written and directed short films Chicha (2016), Massa doctor (2017), Kalamba (2017), The Kaffi (2016) (docu-drama), Mbutuku (2019), Revenir (2020) which screened in festivals like African International film Festival, Slum Film Festival and Lake International Pan-African Film Festival. His documentary Clando has screened on Arte France and Germany.