Refreshing to see [African women] portrayed as powerful, confident and in control of their own destinies. My early candidate for breakout feel-good documentary of the year. A family-court western in which a pair of tart-talking gunslingers Kim Longinotto.
The Sister-in-Law is a soft core sexplotation drama film written and directed by Joseph Ruben. The plot centers around a hippie who is desired by his sister-in-law and mistaken for his underhanded brother after he returns to middle-class life. The film was his directorial debut starting his thirty year long career. Robert Strong John Savage , a singer-songwriter who has been traveling the country, makes a mistake when he goes to visit his brother, Edward Will MacMillan , and gets involved with his bored sister-in-law, Joanna Anne Saxon.
Sisters in Law: Stories from a Cameroon Court is a feature-length documentary film by Florence Ayisi and Kim Longinotto portraying aspects of women's lives and work in the judicial system in Cameroon, West Africa. The film centres around four cases in Cameroon involving violence against women. It shows women seeking justice and effecting change on universal human interests issues. It also shows strong and positive images of women and children in Cameroon. Portrays the lives of women in children in Cameroon and living by the Islamic law Sharia law.