INCORRUPTIBLE (2015): New Documentary About The Fight For Democracy By Senegalese Youth

Incorruptible (2015)
Incorruptible (2015)

Incorruptible is a documentary about Senegal in Spring 2011. A time when the country’s President, Abdoulaye Wade decided to change the constitution to allow for a third term. This proved to be an unpopular decision that brought crisis to Senegal. It also resulted in  an artist-led youth movement to protect one of Africa’s oldest and most stable democracies…

Though I’m not currently up to date on precisely how much progress was made since 2011, I’m hopeful that it’s much more than most people imagine because the end of this trailer has me believing.

If I had to guess, I’d say that  the song from 1:53 is by none other than the most famous artist I know who has roots in Senegal. That would be Akon, of course.

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Happy Film Loving 🙂

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