Kirikou et les bêtes sauvages

Director: Benedicte Galup & Michel Ocelot

France. 2005. 72 mins

Tiny but indomitable Kirikou brings badly needed water to his village. As vegetables grow in once-parched gardens and families prosper, a jealous sorceress casts an evil spell, and Kirikou must save his village from extinction. African textiles inspired the film’s palette of ambers, ochers, and brightly colored patterns, and the film’s lush soundtrack brings together acclaimed musicians Youssou N’Dour from Senegal, Rokia Traore from Mali, and Manu Dibango from Cameroon.

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