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Burkina Faso : Yaaba

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Burkina Faso
Children and Youth
New Yorker Films
Idrissa Ouedraogo
A young boy, Bila, befriends an old woman, Sana, who is outcast by her village. While others call her a witch the young boy calls her 'Yaaba' meaning grandmother.

The movie came out in 1989 and is directed by Idrissa Ouedraogo.

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