Le Bleu Blanc Rouge de mes Cheveux: An Interview With Director Josza Anjembe

The struggle of wanting to fit in, the struggle of honoring your culture, and the struggle of becoming a citizen are all reflected in Le bleu blanc rouge de mes cheveux. A young girl living in France, Seyna, wants to become a French citizen, but her Cameroonian father has reservations about her decision. However, something unexpected might prevent her from going forward with her plans, as well. We interviewed director Josza Anjembe to get a firsthand look at the story.

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