Runtime: 30 mins
Faye shows how quickly children of immigrants are able to assimilate into new cultures by exploring her relationship with her own daughter.
Reviews and Articles:
Ellerson, Beti. "Safi Faye's Gaze: The Evolution of an African Woman’s Cinema.Centre for the Study and Research of African (Article) http://www.africanwomenincinema.org/AFWC/Safi_Faye_Gaze.html
Francoise Pfaff. “Safi Faye (1943- ).” Centre for the Study and Research of African Women in Cinema (Article) http://www.africanwomenincinema.org/AFWC/Faye_Pfaff.html
Foster, Gwendolyn Audrey. "Safi Faye: Ethnographic Films And Questions Of Subjectivity." Popular Culture Review9.2 (1998): 19-29. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 8 May 2014.
Marker, Cynthia. "Safi Faye and Sarah Maldoror: Cinécrivaines of African Cinema." The Journal of Twentieth-Century/Contemporary French Studies 4.2 (2000): 453-69.Web of Science. Web. 14 Apr. 2014.
Petty, Sheila J. "(Re)Presenting The Self: Identity And Consciousness In The Feature Films Of Safi Faye."International Women's Writing: New Landscapes of Identity. 19-28. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1995. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 8 May 2014