Mansour Sora Wade
A streetsmart boy, Ablaye, who begs on the streets meets another poverty stricken youth, Madour, and initiates him into the methods of survival and money-making. The two become fast friends forgetting for a little while the harsh realities of their lives.
NY Time Picc Mi
African Film Festival Picc Mi
Picc Mi, Mubi
Dansih Film Institute, Picc Mi
California Newsreel, Three Tales From Senegal
Times Live, Senegal Film Industry Dying a Slow Death
"Urban Apprenticeships and Senegalese Narratives of Development: Mansour Sora Wade's Picc Mi and Djibril Diop Mambety's La Petite Vendeuse De Soleil." By, Ellie Higgins. The Indiana University Press, 2002. Web.
"Nationalist African Cinema : Legacy and Transformations." By, Sada Niang. EBL Reader. Lexington Books, 21 Feb. 2014. Web.p. 94, 145
De-westernizing Film Studies. By, Saër Maty Ba, and Will Higbee. London: Routledge, 2012. Print.
"Interview with Mansour Sora Wade." Interview by Albertine Itela. 31 Oct. 2002: n. pag. Web.