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Masisi Wouj

Country: Haiti, Language: French, 22 mins

  • Director: Zé Kielwagen, M. Serafim, S. Simeon

CGiii Comment

Let’s just say the ‘filmmakers’ have much to learn!

The potential for a good doc is there…alas, too many directors spoil the film!

It would seem that Kate Bush has relocated to Haiti!


The(ir) Blurb...

In Haiti, men perceived as feminine are known as masisi. Haitian artist and activist Sanba Yonel speaks of the plight of the masisi who, faced with prejudice and hostility, find shelter in the religious context of Vodou.