a film by Marie-Clémence & Cesar Paes.
A very fresh approach to the questions of identity, immigration, and integration... The mixing of cultures in French Guiana through the cooking of... a magic dish.
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|Director:||Marie-Clémence & Cesar Paes|
A film by Marie-Clémence & Cesar Paes.
© Laterit productions - Cobra Films - Arte - ORSTOM
The awara soup is a kind of stew containing all sorts of ingredients from French Guiana. People say that if someone eats that dish on Easter, he’s sure never to leave Guiana. Using the cooking of this dish as starting point, the film explores the multicultural reality composing this French overseas region. Americian Indians, Europeans, Slave descendents, Laotians, Chinese, Brazilians, Surinamese, tell us how they’re bringing new flavours to the Guianese stew of identities.
“a beautiful film, both in thought and expression” DOX
"an excellent film for stimulating discussion about important issues of pluriethnic identity that go way beyond most american platitudes about multiculturalism." Lucien Taylor UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
Best Ethnographic Film- Festival dei Popoli - Firenze
Best film on Créole culture - Vues d’Afrique - Montréal
Audience award - Noir Tous Couleurs - Guadeloupe FWI
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