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Chips and liver girls

DIR: Boris Bertram, Caroline Kamya
2010 / Denmark, Uganda / 30 min

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A typical 'chips and liver girl' navigate full-speed among their friends, their boyfriends, and the elderly men who pay for their studies and a modern life in luxury. For the university is not the only school for the thousands of young female students in the large city of Kampala, where everyone is fighting a daily struggle against everyone else in order to stay ahead. One of them is called Sonja, and even when she is going around with her 4-year-old son, she manages to twist the men around her little finger in a city that never sleeps. Romance means a man who can pay, poetry is passé and flowers are 'so last year'. Caroline Kamya and Boris Bertram portray a self-confident and individualistic generation of women in Uganda, which both mirrors a Western form of hedonism as well as continuing some cultural traditions, which have maybe never been as unshakably traditional as rumour has it.

About

Director Boris Bertram, Caroline Kamya
Screenplay Boris Bertram, Caroline Kamya
Dir. of Photography Boris Bertram
Editing Signe Rebekka Kaufmann
Music Sara Savery, Tobias Wilner Bertram, Ghost Society
Sound Morten Wille
Duration 30 min
Year 2010
Country Denmark, Uganda
Colour Colour
Tags Africa, business, relationships, social issues, women
Production Dead People's Choice Film
Dead People's Choice Film
Web:  www.dfi.dk/Service/English.aspx

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