Dôlè offers a Gabonese perspective on the global crisis facing today’s youth. This film reveals that, whether in Libreville or in our own inner cities and suburbs the underlying causes of youthful disaffection can be remarkably similar.
Dôlè provides one of the most affectionate and affecting portraits of African youth poised precariously on the cusp of modernity. It has already been widely compared to François Truffaut’s iconic coming of age film – a kind of ‘Le quatre cents coups’ in Gabon.
FESPACO: 2001 – Won Best Screenplay
Carthage Film Festival 2000 – Won – Tanit d’or (Golden Tanit) – Best Film
Milan African Film Festival: 2001 Won Award of the Diocese of Milan
Cannes 2000: Nomination – Cannes Junior
1.37GB | 1h 16m | 704×400 | avi