After years spent in Paris, Clotaire Sangala returns to his native country, Africa. Raised by a Chinese martial arts grandfather, convinced to have been found in a garbage can, Clotaire ...
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After years spent in Paris, Clotaire Sangala returns to his native country, Africa. Raised by a Chinese martial arts grandfather, convinced to have been found in a garbage can, Clotaire knows nothing of the glorious past of his parents. He will become "Black Snake", the masked and ultra-sapped superhero, liberator of the people against the dictator Hezekiah.Written by
I really wanted to enjoy this because I like Thomas N'Gijol on stage, but... it seems to lack some work to make a real movie. A few (rapid) smiles but it definitively misses the point. I hope the next one will be better.
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