Ladji, 20, works hard as a prantiké (bus driver) to get his older sister, Aminata, out of prostitution. But when he doesn’t get the promotion he was expecting he decides to contact Driss, a drug dealer who owes him a favor. Assisted by his two mischievous friends, Houphouet and Zol, Ladji begins trafficking cocaine from Conakry to Bamako. His rapid rise to the top of the drug dealing underworld gives him easy access to money, women and a life that he had never dreamt of. But the price he has to pay is high.
SCREENPLAY: Daouda Coulibaly
CINEMATOGRAPHY: Pierre Milon
EDITING: Julien Leloup
MUSIC: Eric Neveux
SOUND: Olivier Dandré
PRODUCTION DESIGN: Papa Mahamoudou Kouyaté
COSTUMES: Mariam Coulibaly
CAST: Ibrahim Koma, Inna Modja, Ismaël N’Diaye, Jean-Marie Traoré, Habib Dembélé , Mariame N’Diaye, Quim Gutiérrez, Olivier Rabourdin
The French-Malian Daouda Coulibaly (Marseille) questions the place of West Africa in its relationship to the rest of the world.
After exploring themes such as recent history or cultural identity in his short films (A History of Independence, 2009; Tinyè So, 2011) with Wulu, his first feature film, he is asking what were the origins of the crisis in Mali in 2012. 2016 Wulu 2011 Tinyè So [short] 2009 A History of Independence, [short]