Topic: La Vie Est Belle

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This discussion covers the film LA VIE EST BELLE, by Mweze Ngangura and Benoit Lamy which is available on YouTube:
Watch the film critically and return to this discussion with your notes.

Questions are 1 poin” rel=”nofollow”>int each. Answer all of the questions that follow. An adequate answer will be at least 100 words long. Mark each answer with question number.

1/ In the film La Vie Est Belle, what roles do the characters Patron, Mamou, Kabibi, and Kurou play? Please describe each character in” rel=”nofollow”>in a complete sentence for a total of four sentences.
2/ In the film La Vie Est Belle, what relationship(s) do you perceive between Patron, Mamou, Kabibi, and/or Korou? Please describe how these characters are related in” rel=”nofollow”>in the film.
3/ What is the multiple marriages (Patron, Mamou, Kabibi) story of La Vie Est Belle? How does that story end? Please explain” rel=”nofollow”>in.
4/ In the film La Vie Est Belle, the Moziki Oye club is an association of possibly “liberated” house wives of Kin” rel=”nofollow”>inshasa. Mamou and Cherie Bondowe belong to the club. What role does the club play in” rel=”nofollow”>in the film? Please explain” rel=”nofollow”>in.
5/ In the film La Vie Est Belle, African tradition plays a role opposite modernization. Would you agree or disagree that the film privileges tradition over modernization? Please explain” rel=”nofollow”>in.
6/ What do you thin” rel=”nofollow”>ink about the portrayal of African women in” rel=”nofollow”>in the film La Vie Est Belle? Positive? Negative? Please explain” rel=”nofollow”>in.
7/ Sheila Petty probably would observe several in” rel=”nofollow”>instances of oppression in” rel=”nofollow”>in the film La Vie Est Belle. What about you? Describe any image of oppression of women you observed in” rel=”nofollow”>in the film.

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