The 1950s: Paris through the eyes of a group of African immigrants. The children, the monuments and the passers-by, as if in an ethnological documentary in reverse. The life of the city and attempts at integration. A mixed couple ride through the capital's streets on a scooter and an African girl waits for her French boyfriend.
Afrique-sur-Seine is considered the first African film.
Paulin Soumanou Vieyra
Director of photography: Robert Caristan.
Music: G. Chouchou.
Cast: Marpessa Dawn, Annette M'Baye, Mamadou Sarr.
Production company: Comitato del Film etnografico del Musée de l'Homme di Parigi, Ministère de la Coopération Français.