Badiaga follows the rules of a classical tragedy.
A three year old girl abandoned in a food market is sheltered and raised by a deaf and dumb vagrant. They develop a very strong bond. Badiaga dreams of becoming a famous singer and listens in total fascination to the artists who sing in the different cafes where she wanders.
One day she has the chance of singing on the radio a song which becomes a national hit. From that moment onwards she holds a nonstop succession of concerts. In love with her career, she refuses any romantic relations and searches desperately for her origins.
This story was inspired by the life of Beti-Beti, a legendary Cameroon singer.
|Directed by||Jean-Pierre Dikongué-Pipa|
|Screenplay||Jean-Pierre Dikongué Pipa|
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