Zan Boko | 1988
Tinga Yerbanga lives in a small village in Burkina Faso with his family. But his quiet, rural life is disrupted by the onslaught of urbanization: namely, the burgeoning metropolis of Ouagadougou, which has expanded all the way to his family's ancestral home. When a well-to-do city dweller makes him an offer on his property, Tinga refuses. Unwilling to take no for answer, the urbanite colludes with the government to rob Tinga of his birthright.