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Bienvenue à Marly-Gomont (2016)

The story of Seyolo Zantoko, who as a freshly graduated doctor of Congolese descent in France, struggled with his family to integrate in a small rural village, and ended up being considered as one of the most respected doctors in the area.

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... Seyolo Zantoko
... Anne Zantoko
Bayron Lebli ... Kamini Zantoko
Médina Diarra ... Sivi
... Jean
... Lavigne
Jean-Benoît Ugeux ... Le maire
... Madame Quinquin
Marie-Philomène Nga ... Tantine Baheta
Mata Gabin ... Mado
Diogène Ntarindwa ... Luzakueno
Jean Bediebe ... Tonton Baheta
Narcisse Mame ... Jack
Sylvestre Amoussou ... Tonton Beki
Frédérick Bukolé ... Tonton GPFM
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The story of Seyolo Zantoko, who as a freshly graduated doctor of Congolese descent in France, struggled with his family to integrate in a small rural village, and ended up being considered as one of the most respected doctors in the area.

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Bem-vindo à Marly-Gomont  »

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Original title "Welcome To Marly-Gomont". See more »

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Qui C'est Celui-Là?
Performed by Pierre Vassiliu
© 1972 Marola Ediçoes Musicais
© 1974 Barclay/Universal Music
By Permission of /Avec l'autorisation d'Universal Music Vision
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Delightful!
5 August 2017 | by See all my reviews

A wonderful Movie.Funny.Sad.Inspiring. Honest.Not only is the (true) story intriguing, the scenes are compelling and the casting superb. It is essentially the story of a black doctor from the Congo who had been educated in France who accepts a position as the town doctor in a small farm community north of Paris but is himself not accepted by the locals, most of whom have never even seen a black person. It is very well put to-gether and the end product is a film that entices and entertains. In addition to the principals, there is a superb cast of the local characters, some of whom are indeed characters. It will tug your heart, tickle your funny bone and stimulate your mind.


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