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Drama A film crew follow a group of children that live rough on Kinshasa's streets. The children are their families. The kids' desire is to make money and music. Kinshasa Kids is a Belgian drama film, which was screened at several film festivals in and released on February 6, The film was written and directed. About children in Kinshasa are accused of witchcraft and expelled from home. Living on the street, some kids form a music band to ward off bad luck.
A group of Congolese street kids shunned for being "child witches" form a band with a local rapper, and focus their creativity on making great music in this. 30 Aug In the end, though, Kinshasa Kids is most obviously a feel-good story in the long- running 'society outcasts form a band and achieve success'. 7 Dec "Kinshasa Kids" closely follows eight so-called "shegue" children -- who live on the streets after being chased out of their homes or fleeing.
9 Oct Kinshasa Kids Poised between documentary and fiction, "Kinshasa Kids" benefits greatly from both; its open approach to its non-pro Congolese. 4 Sep "Article 15, you're on your own!" Kinshasa seems to murmur, as it hums with life and music. Article 15 is [a Mobutu-era joke about a supposed. A film crew follow a group of children that live rough on Kinshasa's streets. The children are thought of as shegues, or witches, by many adults including their. 2 Nov “The screenplay for Kinshasa Kids was born out of a kaleidoscope of different lives.” These words, by the Belgian film director Marc-Henri. 2 Oct Art proves a potentially transcendent means of dealing with hardship in Kinshasa Kids, a docudrama that revolves around a few of the