Film: “La Noire de…”
Also known as “Black Girl” is a 1966 film by the Senegalese writer and director Ousmane Sembène, starring Mbissine Thérèse Diop.
The film centers on a young Senegalese woman who moves from Senegal to France to work for a rich French couple. It was the director’s first feature-length film. It is often considered the first Sub-Saharan African film by an African filmmaker to receive international attention.
You can watch the whole film via DynamicAfrica
(Source: masembe, via rosesandincense)