Venus Seye as Faat Kiné
Mame Ndoumbé as Mammy
Ndiagne Dia as Djip
Mariama Balde as Aby
Awa Sene Sarr as Mada
Tabata Ndiaye as Amy Kasse
Writing credits: Ousmane Sembène
Production credits: Wongue Mbengue
Following two pregnancies out of wedlock, middle-aged Faat Kiné has successfully made a living for herself and her children within a society dominated by patriarchy. With both of her children having received their baccalaureates, Kiné reminisces upon her own youth and the obstacles she was forced to overcome to reach success.
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