Samba

The French dramedy Samba tells the story of a migrant from Senegal to France who is ordered to leave France because of a bureaucratic slip-up. With the help of an immigration officer Alice he fights to stay in France.

Samba, a Senegalese man who's been living in Paris for ten years, gets by doing odd jobs. Alice is ahigh-level business woman suffering a burnout. He's been doing every thing he can to get his French identity papers, while she's trying to pull herself together by doing volunteer work for an immigrant association.

Both are trying to find a way out of the impasse their lives are in, until the day that their paths cross. Between humor and emotion, their story opens up another way to happiness. What if life has more imagination than they do?

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