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"Apart from the greater issues raised about female circumcision, (the perceived necessity perpetuated by women anxious that their daughter can marry, even in the face of the evidence that childbirth becomes even more dangerous, not too mention the infection and the politics of female suppression,) one of the chief delights of this film is the privilege of spending time in this village in Burkina Faso, seeing inside the houses and beginning to understand the dynamics of a village such as this. Seeing the simplicity of the daily lives unchanged, but the desire for change building with each memory of pain and death. A beautiful film, perhaps a bit wooden at times, but transcending its shortcomings."

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