Every day, AlloCiné recommends a film to (re)watch on TV. Tonight: The Life Adaptation of Rapper Kamini.
Remember… In 2006, the title “Marly-Gomont” hit all the airwaves and became a national hit. France then discovers the story of its interpreter, the rapper Kamini: “I come from a lost village in the Aisne, in Picardy, Easily, 95% cows, 7% inhabitants, and among them, A only black family, it had to be mine, f***** a real nightmare.” he says in his song.
And it is from this postulate that he left to co-write the screenplay for Welcome to Marly-Gomont ten years later. Centered on the life of his parents, Seyolo and Anne Zantoko (played by Marc Zinga and Aïssa Maïga), this comedy recounts their landing in Marly-Gomont in the 1970s, as well as their confrontation with the mistrust and racism of the villagers.
Committed to showing that a black man can succeed in France in a field other than sport or show business, Kamini pays tribute above all to his father, who died in 2009, whom he considers an example for young people to follow. outcome of immigration. Originally from the Congo, the latter fought to be able to study medicine in France, at a time when blacks only had access to the sector allowing them to become nurses.
Directed by Julien Rambaldi, who was inspired by Raymond Depardon’s documentaries on peasants and deep France, Welcome to Marly-Gomont touches by his sincerity and his humor. A little breath of fresh air that does not sink into caricature or right-thinking. Special mention to the performance of Jonathan Lambert, perfect as an odious mayor.
Welcome to Marly-Gomont by Julien Rambaldi with Marc Zinga, Aïssa Maïga, Bayron Lebli…
Tonight on TF1 at 9:10 p.m.