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    Kirikou and the Sorceress

    "A blend of African folktales Kirikou has both humor and flair. Kirikou and the Sorceress employs snappy visuals to tell a catchy story for all ages." - Lisa Nesselson of Variety


    Uploaded Apr 7, 2014

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    Kirikou and the Sorceress

    Directed by Michel Ocelot 2002 74 min


    Uploaded Apr 7, 2014

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    Kirikou and the Sorceress

    This animated film exquisitely recounts the tale of tiny Kirikou -- a clever, courageous little boy born in an African village in which Karaba the Sorceress has placed a terrible curse -- as he sets out on a quest to free his village of the curse and find out the secret of why Karaba is so wicked.

    Kirikou depicts a precocious newborn infant who battles ignorance, and so-called evil, with endearing perseverance. This film speaks to the child within us all who yearns to express and defend the best in others and ourselves. Kirikou’s stunning visuals are accented by a traditional music soundtrack by African music giant Youssou N’ Dour of Senegal.

    “Kids will love Kirikou and the Sorceress, an offbeat carton feature about an alarmingly brainy tot. The lesson taught by kirikou, that an evildoer actually is someone in pain, is a good one for kids to learn early” - The Record

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