An intense and moving journey of migrants: "Me Captain" movie!
"Me Captain" is a new film by the multiple award-winning director Matteo Garrone.
"Me Captain" is a new film by the multiple award-winning director Matteo Garrone, director of the films "Dogman" and "Gomorrah", which competed at the Venice Film Festival. It is an intense and moving migration journey from Africa to one of the gates of Europe: Italy.
The film is told from the perspective of the two main characters, Seydou and Moussa (Seydou Sarr and Moustapha Fall), who, without the knowledge of their relatives, leave Dakar in an attempt to realize their dreams. These are the same innocent and naive dreams of every child from any part of the world: to become a rap star, have millions of fans, and make a lot of money.
What can we expect?
Seydou and Moussa are young Senegalese living in Dakar, a large city in West Africa. They are poor and have no perspective for the future. They dream of moving to Europe and starting a new life there. They think that in Europe they will have a chance to become rich and famous. One night, Seydou and Moussa decide to escape from Dakar. They board a truck that takes them across the Sahara to Libya. In Libya, they have to go through many dangers, including looting and violence. They also encounter other migrants who are also in search of a better life.
After crossing Libya, Seydou and Moussa board a ship that takes them to Italy. The journey is long and dangerous, and many migrants die at sea. However, Seydou and Moussa are not giving up their hope of reaching Italy. In Italy, Seydou and Moussa face new challenges. They have to learn the Italian language and find a job. They also have to deal with racism and discrimination. However, Seydou and Moussa do not lose hope. They are determined to make their dreams come true.
"Me Captain" is a powerful and moving film that exposes the truth about migration. The film shows how dangerous and difficult it is for migrants to travel to Europe. The film also shows how migrants face many challenges when they arrive in Europe.
Post by: Vanessa F.