Written by Boubakar Diallo
Produced by Philippe Braunstein, Boubakar Diallo, Axel Guyot, Luis Marquès
Fiction / Comédie / 90 min.
Complying with their sweethearts' whims, their "Tchiza", three friends go on an extramarital trip out of Ouagadougou, a fake mission to Abidjian being the perfect alibi. But it all goes downhill when they learn that the plane they should have been in has crashed down! How can they come back home when they're supposed to be dead? Their wives' vengeance will burn the ground they walk on.
Idriss : Issaka Sawadogo
Amélie : Khady Toure
Momo : Mahoula Kane
Malika : Maïmouna N'Diaye
Nafi : Zena Alisar Khalil
Mimi : Eve Guehi
Célia : Irène Minoungou
Willy : Dieudonné Yoda
Anta : Mariam Aida Niatta
Image : Aziz Diallo
Editing : Komlanvi Mawuko
Production design : Issouf Souabo
Sound : Constant Habib Soubeiga
Music : Achille Ouattara
Costumes : Aboubacar Cissé
Assistant director : Hervé Eric Lengani
Production manager : Azaratou Bance-Ouedraogo
With 57 000 tickets sold in french-speaking Africa (spread over 12 countries), Boubakar Diallo’s film is the biggest hit in theatres since the end of the last century
After great box office numbers, THE THREE SCOUNDRELS won the Elite Award Distinction for best Ivorian Film of the year ! Congrats to the entire film cast and crew.
Boubakar Diallo’s film, the only actual Burkinabe production in the contest, has conquered both the audience and the jury and won the CEDEAO Special Award for best West African Film about Integration. Congratulations to the entire film cast and crew !
Great news for THE THREE SCOUNDRELS ! Boubakar Diallo's new film, has been selected at the Fespaco Film Festival, wich will take place on October 16th to 23rd in Ouagadougou. The movie will be released on November 5th throughout West Africa.
Post-production is now complete for Boubakar Diallo’s THREE SCOUNDRELS. The Film is to be released next October, with the possible hope of a Fespaco premiere.
The Shooting of THE THREE SCOUNDRELS, directed by Boubakar Diallo, just started in Burkina Faso. The feature is coproduced by Avalon (France), Les Films du Dromadaire (Burkina Faso) & Alma Production (Ivory Coast).