Invites you to the screening of the film
at the Musée du Quai Branly-Jacques Chirac on Wednesday 10 May at 11am.
Description of the film:
Kesang Tseten (Népal)
Népal l 2022 l 70 min l vostf
In 2009, four young Nepalese are recruited from their village to work in the Gulf. Over twelve years, the film follows their trajectory, shedding light on the massive phenomenon of Nepalese migration, which concerns almost half of the men under forty.
Open to the general public and free of charge, the Festival (4-11 May 2023) programmes documentary films from the four continents that question the state of the world today. Debates and workshops encourage dialogue between the public, filmmakers and researchers around the creation.
See the website: Festival international Jean Rouch.