Documentary, social, directed by : Mari Bakke Riire, written by : Mari Bakke Riire, production : Mari Bakke Riire, Integral Films, Filip Eidsvig, Aleksander Frode Loar Huatum, dircteur de la photographie : Christopher Farnebe, Karine Fammer, editor : Marianne Wager Minde, An Herla, cast : Bamuna Abdul Sameh, 33 mn, (2017).
This documentary deals with the life of an eight years old girl Bamuna who works as living shopping basket in Ghana. The Bamuna family live far from Accra and Bamuna must survive alone and send money to her family. Like the 10.000 kayayos who work in Accra the young Bamuna tries to win a lot of money but she is exploited all the time because she is uninstructed. Bamuna lives in the streets but she knows that a solidarity exist with the other kayayos. Bamuna dreams and laughs for escaping from her ugly daily life and her real and only pleasure is to see again her family. For that moment she wears nice clothes and makes a cute hairstyle. Her mother and her sisters are happy to see Bamuna again and she tries to live the same life as all the other young women all over the world but her father seems unhappy. He just gives Bamuna the order to go back to Accra for living again her life of modern slave.