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by Newton I. Aduaka


Ezra was nine years old when rebels overrun his school and kidnapped him. Meanwhile he is sixteen, has escaped from “The Brotherhood”, and stands before a Truth and Reconciliation Commission headed by the American Mac Mondale. Ezra’s sister Onitcha, who has had her tongue cut out, bears witness that he was present in an attack on the family village in which their own parents were killed and may even have been the one who killed them. Mac Mondale wants Ezra to confess to crimes. He won’t. He denies any memory of them …

international title: Ezra
original title: Ezra
country: France, Austria, Niger
year: 2008
genre: fiction
directed by: Newton I. Aduaka
release date: BE 23/04/2008, FR 04/06/2008
screenplay: Newton I. Aduaka, Alain-Michel Blanc
cast: Mamoudu Turay Kamara, Mariame N'Diaye, Mamusu Kallon, Richard Gant, Mercy Ojelade, Emile Abossolo M'bo
cinematography by: Carlos Arango de Montis
film editing: Sebastien Touta
art director: Yann Dury
producer: Gorune Aprikian, Michel Loro, Delphine Pertus-Bernard
production: Cinefacto, ARTE France Cinéma
distributor: Atlantis Distribution
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