Samba, A Name In The Sand

Documentary.
HD. 70′. OCTOBER 2017

Directed by: Mariano Agudo
Script: Mahmoud Traoré, Mariano Agudo
Cinematography: Mariano Agudo, Eduardo Montero
Sound: Dani de Zayas
Music: Enrique de Justo, Birane Amar Wane, Luis Navarro
Editor: Kiko Romero
Executive Producer: Miguel Paredes
Producer: Ana Valero
Director‘s Assistant: Maria Rodríguez
Research: Agustín Toranzo
Sound Editor: Carlos Pérez, José Tomé
Edit Assistant: Andrés Zoilo
Visual Effects: Kiko Romero, Abel Fernández

Featuring:

Mahmoud Traoré, Patricia Fernández, Spitou Mendy, Seidou Kande, Bea Moreno, Paula y Candela, Antonio Troyano, Mamadou Sow, Fatumata Traoré, Mariama Traoré, Fatou Diallo, Abdul Karim Sall, Tidjane, Demba Balde.

Samba’s Family

Father Demba Banjai, Mother Sire Diao, Second Wife Penda Diao, First Wife Sira Valde, Brother Galo Banjai, Daughters & Sons Sira, Ramatoulaye, Seynabou, Kadidiatou, Ousmane, Coumba, Mouhamadou.

Synopsis

Mahmoud, a Senegalese youth man who arrived in Europe in 2005 after jumping over the fence of Ceuta, investigates the death of Samba, a fellow citizen who disappeared while a group of which he was part tried to swim across the border of Ceuta and the Guardia Civil made use of anti-riot material to avoid it.

In this search, Mahmoud will make the opposite way to the one he made in his migratory adventure. During his route he reconstructs what happened and we can put a face to Samba, one of the people who died on February 6, 2014 at El Tarajal beach.

online view (pay per view mode)

DVD [EXTRAS: ‘Frontera 2005’, ‘La Fresa Amarga’, ‘Trailer’; LANGUAGES: Spanish, French, Phoel; SUBTITLES: English, French, Spanish]