In the Eritrean lowlands, Adamà, a nine year old child, lives in a tucul. The child belong to the Cunama tribe, a population known for their very dark coloured skin, whose origins go regions of Central Africa. Today, this ancient tribe risks extinction. Adamà ‘s day is marked by the rhythmical act of threshing and by work. In the film the child writes about her daily life to Annachiara, a small Italian friend.
LIA GIOVANAZZI BELTRAMI