After the death of her uncle, an influential Muslim dignitary, the director films her family courtyard. A dispute over the estate has burst out between advocates of traditional law and proponents of official law, inherited from European colonization.
Chloé Aïcha Boro is a Franco-Burkinabé writer and filmmaker, she began working as a journalist in the press, radio and television. Since 2012, she has been devoted to directing full-length documentary films, which have won awards at various festivals, including Vues d'Afrique and Fespaco. She’s actually developing her first fiction film called “Démocrazie”.