|Genres||Biography Documentary Short|
|Director||Anna Cady Em Cooper|
|Country||UK, Sierra Leone|
|Awards||2013 Sundance Film Festival
2012 Southampton Film Week
|Plot||Whistling, kidnap and a bottle of tippex all feature in this part animated documentary which looks at the violence and corruption women face when entering the male dominated world of politics in Sierra Leone. The ten year struggle to achieve fair representation for women in the governance of Sierra Leone is revealed to us with passion by three extraordinary women from diverse backgrounds. The film focuses on the characters of the women through live action video whilst the stories they relate about their personal experiences are presented in painted animation. They tell us their stories as they travel to a meeting where all three of them will work together on the 30% Quota bill which they are about to submit to parliament.... see 30% (women and politics in Sierra Leone) on IMDb|
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