Moolaade This African drama about female genital mutilation, rooted in lively folk-narrative traditions, is the most powerful political film on the screen today — a work… Moolaade This African drama about female genital mutilation, rooted in lively folk-narrative traditions, is the most powerful political film on the screen today — a work… PT124M Fatoumata Coulibaly Helene Diarra New Yorker
Movie Review

Moolaade

EW's GRADE
A

Details Length: 124 Minutes; With: Fatoumata Coulibaly and Helene Diarra; Distributor: New Yorker

This African drama about female genital mutilation, rooted in lively folk-narrative traditions, is the most powerful political film on the screen today — a work of art with the potential to change the world.

Originally posted Oct 29, 2004 Published in issue #790 Oct 29, 2004 Order article reprints
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