In Kinshasa, more than 25,000 children live on the streets. Many build their own communities, led by those who have grown up there. They provide guidance for the young, many of them end up on the street after having been accused of witchcraft.
"Maki'La" is an impressive film debut by Macherie Ekwa Bahango. It depicts the rough life of street children in Kinshasa, capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo. "Maki'La" premiered at the Berlin Film Festival.
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