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L'homme qu'il faut à la place qu'il faut (The Right Man at the Right Place)

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Title of the film Original title: L'homme qu'il faut à la place qu'il faut
English title: The Right Man at the Right Place
Hungarian title: A megfelelő ember a megfelelő helyen

Production and shooting info Country of the production: France - fr
Year of production: from 2006 to 2008
Year of shooting: 2006
Length of the film: 65 min
Colouring: colour
Standard format: DV
Recording format: DV
Original language: malinke
Language of subtitle: English

Description of the content In Conakry (capital of Guinea), in the entrance hall of the People’s Palace, an imposing fresco at the effigy of Fadouba oularé, is hanged enthroned. He is represented with his Djembe, surrounded by his people, his rifle and the feast raised. He is the incarnation of the slogan sent out by the Sékou Touré government to mobilize the Guinean population: “the right man at the right place”. Fadouba Oularé’s music is imprinted by his environment and by history. Both a vital ritual in all local celebrations and a fundamental element of the Guinean revolution, his music also assumes a mystical dimension. As complex as his music, Fadouba Oularé is first of all an artist, but also the head of clan, a soldier, a thief hunter and a medicine man. Through Fadouba Oularé’s character are conveyed both traditional Mandingue’s music, the history of a nation and the difficulties encountered by its people today.

Credits Director: Matthieu Imbert-bouchard
 Cédric Dupire
Producer: Jérôme Aglibert
Cinematographer: Cédric Dupire
Editor: Charlotte Tourrès
Sound: Cédric Dupire
 Carole Verner

Company / Institution Production: Studio Shaiprod
Distributor: Studio Shaiprod

Ethnicity and locality Etnic group: Malinke
Continent: Western Africa
Country: Guinea - gn
Location
 (City, village, region, mountains, etc.): Conakry

Tipology Type: non-fiction film
Form: documentary film
Beszédmód: portrait

Related sciences Arts: zene
Social science: cultural anthropology


Keyword: identity
 spirituality
 way of living

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