Documentary Filmmaker: Film & TV Mimi Machado-Luces



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Documentary Filmmaker: Film & TV Mimi Machado-Luces
How to Make It In Film consists of a series of behind the scenes interviews with regional, national and international filmmakers, editors, directors, writers, cinematographers, producers and many others who work in the film industry. Each program includes questions taken from a live studio audience consisting of students in the film and film studies division at George Mason University. Covering all aspects of the filmmaking process, each program is designed to enlighten students and take them through all the steps to Make It in Film. From the roles of sound editors to assistant directors, scriptwriters to location managers, cinematographers to producers, webisode producers to film critics and documentary filmmakers to actors, they’ll discover the role of each position and what it takes to Make It in the business. MIMI MACHADO-LUCES, Emmy, Telly and ProMax award winning; Producer, Writer, Director of documentary films, television programs, health education films, commercial advertisements and television promotion spots. She won critical acclaim with La Vida in Black, a character portrait of Afro-Latinos living in the Americas.

welcome to George Mason University studio a my name is Rick Davis and today our guest is Emmy award-winning director producer writer Mimi Machado lusus what got you interested in this business in the first place um Barbara Walters I just remember her anchoring the news and saying wow she gets to interview people like Menachem Begin and presidents and Michael Jackson and Bob Marley and it was kind of fun and I said you know I want to interview people like that when I grow up and I want to do it in television how did you get into documentary filmmaking Wow BTW jazz I went I went back to work at bay to jazz after my son turned three and I begged my way into creative services at Beauty jazz and my manager director there was had been my manager director years before when I had worked for BT regular and at bt jazz it there was only two people watching so at the time it was called bet on jazz and we had not a lot of programming and I came up with some fun ideas to go out to wolf trap and interview artists to try and get some commercials have somebody like seal or Al Jarreau or somebody of that caliber saying hi I'm al jarreau and you're watching BTW jazz they turned into interviews and they turned into a show and so I started doing I created a show at bt jazz called profiles at wolf trap huh your Emmy is for fossils Latinos yes which is was that your next project um no in between there to toe pointed juniors attorney called me after seeing Cuban music crossing borders and asked me to do a tribute to Tito Puente with his son because he had seen my other show profiles show on the channel and I did that and somewhere in there Tito Puentes music was all about dancing and i am a cell suphan mm-hmm so I i used to i will i still do i have a cheers downtown in DC called havana village that i inhabit and love to go in there and dance every month or so once a month i have to take my havana village break and so i was in there and I said you know I asked the owner if I could come in and shoot and pazzos Latinos kind of came alive and I started looking for the best Latin dancers it like kind of do a history and I found cute the original Cuban Pete and he agreed to have me come to Florida and interview him and I went to Florida interviewed him and passos became this like just a I don't know it kind of blossomed into what I thought it was going to be originally was I was going to do some segments on different dancers that were world-class that were Latin dancers and it turned into just a bunch of stuff about Latin dance bashas Latinos are stocked and natural heritage

Congo, My Precious. The Curse of the coltan mines in Congo



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Preview-Jamie Reynolds episode – The Producers music documentary series



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Daniel Hunt – The Producers music documentary series – Episode 5



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Diplo episode preview – The Producers music documentary series



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Musicians Andrew Wyatt & Mark Ronson – The Producers music documentary series – Ep 6



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Hipco Nation documentary series episode 1 "Liberian Hits Producers"



Hipco Nation documentary is a three part documentary series  that seeks to unveil the Liberian music and entertainment Industry, or better yet the Liberian creative sector from the perspective of its entertainers, stakeholders, and investors beginning with its first episode, “Liberian Hits Producers”.

In this episode, the viewer’s eyes take a look at the industry from the producers perspective zooming in on how they got started, who they’ve worked with, some of their favorite artists and producers, the general perception of Liberians when it comes to their music and entertainment, whether there’s an industry, the socio-economic benefits of music and entertainment, and intellectual property protection and awareness.

you that distinct back they never interact so lipolysis to live from what to see leaves [Applause] Oh rolling the balls out my name is Prakash best man artistically known as Pichardo I'm a music producer and an artist out here in Monrovia Liberia the little West African state music has always been my greatest passion I returned home after many years of living in exile refugee well skills acquired as a music producer and an audio engineer to pursue my greatest passion and contribute to rebuilding this one's water nation it has been both rewarding and challenging all at the same time rewarding because I've got to do what I love doing and get appreciated for it but challenging coz is extremely difficult making a living part of what I love doing out here in Liberia so I thought to make this short film so to recognize and give props to my fellow library producers that have made significant impact in keeping library music afloat despite the many challenges and also as an opportunity for you to see the Liberian quote-unquote music and entertainment industry to their eyes that is if there's one welcome to hip CO nation platform that informs inspires and empowers true music and entertainment the producers and how they got started hi everybody you know all mine started my music Korean / – of course actually I got interested in music for my instructor you know the live tour the aircraft it was then my music professor at the time so every time it came from the school he would sit right on the porch and try to play the guitar I said wow I love this guy I love the way he plays a guitar you know so I want to I don't know I think I can do that man because our school had a school me Orchestra yeah I was good at Orchestra at a time you know so if you were interested in doing music you just go down in the pen room and our professors that I would you should use it I'm Pete massive exclusive music producer and engineer representing Liberia realizing the team my brother went to a studio in Nigeria he took me along with him was a home studio when the producer was using food loops with the loops tree he laid out the track and I was there so I'm doing it and I was like okay pretty much please let me have this software and he gave me through the loops tree and I started with that practicing on it is that a recording my brother and from that point I noticed that this is what I'm testing to do you know and I keep getting better every time hey old man hey yo this is the poor man you are watching hip coordination I was playing around with instruments like cops and what-have-you playing them for my cases that road dance and you see someone we were thinking around so people saw all these activities to be like I had something with him and I hope one day to really be an entertainer but my parents didn't want me to be they said I should be at an accountant or civil engineer I realized that the reason why they were saying is is that I defer that if you become a musician probably the society won't take you serious so I decided to go today the engineering aspect at that time our country didn't have any cuts so it was how I went as far as Ghana to language that's are going into the entertainment it was obvious a wonderful Quincy and everybody you're watching hip coordination started I can say from birth let's say you know started working things out from childhood days going to Sunday school and then go on the church mom wanting you to sing in the sunday-school choir and then I mean you can't do that because you got to do what my mother say so I mean we started up in the church started from birth on me and I really commercial but I mean music has a habit you know I've been doing I'm way back like singing OD yo what's up everybody this is – Lucia and you're watching hip cognition is bound and stuff because my motto too used to sing she was in a church you know so I believed I was that trade she hasn't and for my child is you know I stopped nothing music you know people sing here and started to sing along started rapped alone you know so music I've been part of me yeah I got started in 2007 with my baby boy I started to help in the development process on building the studios in support Emmanuel you out of high school so you know that's how you start putting me home what's up everybody you are watching hip condition I'm showing how from Asia a new record so how business major man your freedom my mother dream for me to be a musician so early is she always to bring musical toys and I put them on her life to music and I started painting in the church being part of the we acquire we party church choir and everything when I started I just I was just in the music in to serve God like I saw it like gluteous my own ministry and I started a dreamy happy in mind that how we we do circular music because I started without Christian orientation to use mom you say ability for ministry opposite the transition came about I wanted this exposure and what are the two more you see when you when we produce it or when you making me say no choice you you you'll be ministering to like hundred person or to us a part of the church so I decided to do the record business so I could have a bigger audience a minister to more people my name is tuning comedy I am on my period magician visual producer and a sound engineer I've come a long way in the business I went to school in toto and the Royal Institute of Art I started audio engineering so I'm an audio engineer by profession after playing in so many pens in Liberia I play alone visit my cells I play alone would be chic spam I play what I would love the roots pin I play alone second G bar to come to rubbers a lot of artists a No as a session musician to lobby was to was who was going to produce our control world rah Lou I mean Beauty man and his hip combination watch out oh well way back you know in high school when maids are reading about you know a lot cause I be on the internet and get some loops and things were put together and to me I'll be in the class why did you just showing other things are being pizza my ear that's high resampling some you know great people be by then my dad actually wanted me to be a journalist know he was a journalist – he won't do it was a politician but his real Correa was journalism so what will he brought me closer you know to the passion Rosella draw will not drop out of high school you know lost my dad lost everybody you know that supported me a lot of them I mean I was just left with music so that's how I went to a studio just help you know like clean up the studio and other things you know that wasn't on calling me closer that's like getting active me and I was the only loan boy in the studio nobody there and I don't want to keep the place cool play music from play music in the studio called defy+ people started playing music for music by jumping into creating beats as I all started other producers and artists they've collaborated with or admirer yeah but for a lot of platinum parties I was for national unity he saw how we needs all Africa whole Africa I talking about Liberians Nigerians so far freaking sand some aliens we are all African Oh whole Africans Monrovia Christian Fellowship Monrovia community Mass Choir cocoon Jane vashanoo who is a personal friend of mine and he got efficient like I'm thinking also I believe when we can you create things together yeah when I perform well as I've worked with other studios around like all-stars records – sweet yeah black in the team at last on time Janaka nany you're not even know me but that AG Angelica LTS really my own jelly that you fight enough funding you I can't Erica there's the actor who never understand meaning that you can be screwed and you can be straight and you can do your talent and still go to school that's one of my major goal what I want to put forward por que pocket cool Tom holder in purchase Marco stone gray great people what one one people I always I always I always you know just recently we just hooked up it's the groove so first another rapper that you know we've been looking up though trust me go use me I'm on camera but you know what let's got a simple body terror it's not because you be on a camera I mean I mean I mean people can can can look up the things that know that you know trust me I mean it is good and one other person in look up though really is Moses swari right here now Joe but not forgetting you got a family at was Atlantic the web my dream came true because there I started to record I'm old buddy to denounce all the athletes will happily out of place of war record the music husband and the asile recording are you collecting finding them flower let me to put your ear for a bomb present wrapped I require a big steel Paula wanna you gotta see where row Robert so Morris Dali know what exactly what will come to rubbish oh go back there and the real friend will have good sales like jigger the air I couldn't walk or recently press three weeks so almost 80,000 pieces and we're getting like innocence relative we're not fast this is library style chordoma and there's what we call hippo that fusion you know what I'm talking about push I knew that so my niggas won't allow me you know you hear the African precursor in tightly by zebra so you don't understand the future so that was exciting so he brought in the game you know push on your shoutout janab I know my big brother precious Marco they keep in your heart know that's like a big brother you know opponent big brother not be brother a bizarre any awesome no Benny Fox Trot a sound to you by oppa yeah you know it's very unique it's very very unique because you know the precaution wasn't quite like the real nature precaution you can hear I mean to me does does that just mapreduce us or not living female I know since you know at least she's been working you know how own is like music and entertainment my love my hair I started my own dancing at my alma mater school of I'm systems class 2011 and I'm CEO of producing Entertainment Group and we specialize in training young girls and women and everything business arts culture lifestyle you know it's what they want to do we train them and we push them out and promote them stuff like that myself ah parties I love dance I said no no because a bad dream you said you would not sleep ever dared ever Desdemona Tanya and did this you well goose Thanks a lobby music all day man so first [Applause] [Applause] Thank You rose does the music industry exist in Liberia actually when you talk about industry I would say there's no industry edge we don't have an industry in Liberia the music industry you don't have a music industry we have of course we have music shops you know we have Pyrates you know I mean that's what's that's what's really killing like different music people see in those little video or something when you say Peter tomatoes you with me because artists are recording yeah people hearing about any that is it Austria is something that is what making the do business the business aspect of are equally into Austria so there is no industry we only have the studios they could have the artists that's all we have when it comes to your packaging we can package well the Liberia all right why because we don't have the record company the record company's going to definitely tell you what what why do you want to make themselves they gonna have a team they're gonna put in place to work with this artist and at the end of the day they're gonna package the artist and the artist out all right we don't have that the little that we have here is not really concerned about packaging whatsoever they have the grab the way it is and they just push it out to the market so that have come in killing people thought that you have chopping chopping anal the art has been heard and all kind of stuff but I will tell you have to kill at war yeah because something that you leaned too well you didn't do it our if I'm on the Australian media maybe facilities this soft enough you know we are trying without creating people we don't have the kind of facility we need we follow any artists the engineers in is to draft good Corinne if current facility is not correct so people I just are trying to make like what in half Anil so what all all I would like to think artists and engineers they are working very hard but this is business and money we need money to have great things bundle is I'm surprised I don't know how the artist how the engineers are making it other studio who know I'm making it this one for me when I'm not actively engaged in recording because I'm looking at business if I require my put in the market I mean the talent is here and the talent is yeah I know I want me to that but the talent we have they don't have platform you see the problem I have in this country I'm not in Liberia I'm gonna say how loud no Eli brown port I can get angry when I see in line John Maloney on the front pitch in like your newspaper I brand newspaper whatever is manager how does music arts and culture contribute to the Liberian Society the government should know that entertainment industry is one of them the battle to die can enhance a country that I can make a country back in that kind of rescue the point for a lot of from a lot of plans and then or are illegal things for our our government as a whole has not come to realize that which is frustrating the entertainers we are just in there because it's a passion it's part of us we cannot do anything so it's a frustration if you promote us and culture a young man it comes from nowhere in Picardy best in the world now with entertainment if the team I create a lot of jobs for so many people now that Bureau a lot of things are lacking and reason what certain things we know chipping it because we have into our arts and culture equal cumbia you it can be a food listener can be a are they sorry energy you come back a mere because everything I put a particular country yeah but now you come like Bureau you eat a lab you what I'll do here at in yourself you listen to Canon music you listen in a dream music Oh at the end of the day we don't pay attention to our but our music will affect our tourism because people would be like oh I'll continue going dancing laptop do tend to Canyon music so they may have a ticket you can can I be at this time using water there for me to come all the way and that we were at the other things can be music we helped to knit Asami process the first term was given to a musician we went out when when the rebels could not deserve to United Nations they could not diss up to an award but they lifted the rebels we're waiting to describe to us the musicians and we collected the first our muses of essence arab-israeli / musicians is that is a bit of creativity is a property yeah that's why I got a car like a stripe my visa is not promising so I only owe you guys a nightclub player or people your club you say a beer you play my music pick up my music swathi comes cylinder and buy a beer and drink I'm usually happy to bring them oh your business you gotta pay for EDI use my music to run your place otherwise don't play music ain't no say I just sell at drinks on your hotels we're in a real session and see what are you can run you abusing like be right is a signatory to defend from pressure to the web for permission please give pause the right to protect every artists around the world by right that's all for today please well music here protect my commute again and I wanna sell it if your music or playing the radiation or lessons my echo already lost it is our job to be sure that you have lessons for your plate so you gotta throw it in a silhou one please don't really feel like I'm not your artistic gentle create emotion that's what we'll get is really important using when they declared no set my press together going on to our little clam zombies like they put in two hours time the real ship wouldn't operate they I don't what has been already your father come to the vision you see them all and negotiate are the relevant institutions performing their functions via here it's like they are like Estonian blood because they are the voice for the artist they should be the poster artist with all these problem happening want me I have a couple office now government pay money but my pay people to protect access right and see the interest and then sit on there and don't do nothing and I would like to say the government is real well oh and now one person I gonna put them to cover the city oh there's nothing nothing new coming out of capital office I was hoping the kind of consultant I come at me neutralized therefore as a priority protection they have been doing their best to well we asked artists what are we doing for the heel step point because all who have a big problem we have Paris it to fight piracy we must throw hands let's assume we're expecting you and you said you don't complete is you the code will be going around looking what cases so if it added up complete it will look at door everything is alright we have a couple office that is common for about two to three hours every year for the budget they have for millions to protect creative people well I would we protect that no I will completely not yet when I'm ready completely and taking up dinner tax so I believe it's time that artists should get together organize yourself better structure the here and begin will take the capital officer tax to demand a protection because right now the game Paris's have Colonel apparatus for brother if the government can kill foul it the UN law that it should be protecting for international pay practice should be protecting order or musicians from the real word US per library library musician usual to do what let me tell you let me take the steps on some of the steps that the library museum have taken the library music you wrote the International Federation of musicians all right which the musician library like the musicians of Liberia is part of but they wrote the President and then the president did not a year to their letter concerning these issues even when it comes to treating the liberal arts as well the Liberian musician Union really work you understand diplomatically engaged in the government and in called mainline ministries you understand sing to it you know to see how best they will be able to improve the library music industry but the government is not a hearing to that the government have been so disrespectful have been so wicked to the librarian artists to the library music here you understand even to our entire music heritage library cultural heritage in Liberia the library economy is not doing well the Ministry of Information Culture and Tourism is not doing anything everything is about government government government or the kind of stuff but when it comes to the promotion of our culture these people don't care they don't care the validation is just everywhere go brush treat people have their laptops and transferrin music here and there and call no Liberia had given lessons to people to pirate people music to ripple graph all these things against the law what is the current general perception of Liberian music in other countries they are trying to build an intellectual property because were they trying to build that economy for us people see us they're burning me if people could convert every musician to a nurse or a doctor to have Donna ever since the problem of our music is that people now appreciate 11 the intern they don't appreciate when it comes from Liberia I think I would say when it comes to Tao and library interception when it comes all that library music or the Arts and Culture addendum and now they are picking up because before you organize shows you know people you just see few people turning up you know but at least now yeah get in there but it still need to do more you know they still need to do more what I've realized librarian in general they don't love to start something they want you to start it when it is speak before the opinions being you know it's the part of library you know you need to see the talent and go behind bring up the talent but I wanted talent to be there make sure everything before you can pull him and inspire you know we take a middle change you know when you see something and say oh yes the way forward step on the deal what's up are you to get up we can start work we started etiquette artists you got visitors the professional most an aliquot has to have musicians other musicians arrive I will Joe Viviani why he's asking me or happy names I'm a musician or what to put a unicorn are strong to the deal will go through a better system the artists can get protected don't get gives you cover me constructively so what sound killer library begin a million year for Liberia here just for selling booze Iranian Iraqi Enterprise Iraqi me a lot of money for yeah I rocket bought I bought obligated five thousand of us I can show you convey a bomb I was there son it was eighteen thousand us he bought of my ear about 70,000 you get alone which surprised the guava provided by providing the world in about one foot below we have talented I can go anywhere on the dualism put our system our problem have been with system is an issue or problem in governance system where we are lucky system in this country I promised the audience out there data our visible better all the things that we'll talk about are put into place and we lead them to support us stand by us so we can get there and the musicians themselves have to realized that the hosts are selfish when I help you you should try to include everybody as your friend what are you working with the engineer or not you're working with the artists or not see that person has your friend and also we are from the same country we should fight to make a country than our media house my brothers and sisters are back you the foreign artists will not take you anyway you have seen a you've been promoting a for several years now no DJ or presenter or whatever or any station can tell me that these artists from the country did this for us well this some of you can tell us that these artists or this person I don't this for me so we beg you focus on our products our government see entertainment as a as as an important tool that can help you to reduce the video poverty you claiming that I want to be news you know music is is what we are what we're living now you know is our life and we shouldn't allow I mean anything to set us back in it gotta keep focus keep doing what we do and try as much as possible possible to upgrade ourselves every time do better and I mean with time we'll get there in 1911 Liberia approved this first copyright law called an act relating to copyright 1911 the modest two-page document which preceded the enactment of the current law an act adopting a new copyright law of Liberia 1997 was a clear indication that more than 100 years ago Liberia was cognizant of the importance of the protection of the literary and artistic communities within its borders the preceding testimonies from practicing artists and creators of music in Liberia present the raw realities of the current challenges that they continue to encounter with regard to infringement marginalization and a lack of an enabling environment for the creative sectors of the Liberian economy by mustering the political will to improve the creative sectors Liberia will be well on its way to join in the comedy of nations who comply with all of the conventions pertaining to the protection of intellectual property in the world recent ascension to the WTO should help in this regard in the next episode we will delve into the history of Liberia's reach arts and culture and their importance in terms of national identity economic viability with specific regard to job creation and the propensity to make a significant contribution to the GDP of the nation we will also look at arts education as compared to other subjects in the curriculum of all educational institutions infrastructure the current lack of enforcement and the gravitation to Liberia by illegal traders from the region its negative impact on the creation of an enabling environment and the relevant public private institutions their responsibilities commitment and ability to affect you it's positive change for the creative sector in the past stop asking Rob – yo I'm talking get to music is my heritage the way I talk the way I dress hip cold music is my home address why you wanna take my life I ripped it all my life I ran wear them blue representing

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The Congo Dandies: living in poverty and spending a fortune to look like a million dollars



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“La Sape” is a unique movement based in Congo that unites fashion-conscious men who are ready to splurge money they don’t really have on designer clothes. Dressing in stark contrast with their surroundings, these elegant ambiance-makers become true local celebrities… but this fame comes at a price.

The Republic of the Congo in Central Africa can’t boast of high standards of living. Yet, there are men here who are prepared to spend a fortune on designer suits. They call themselves “sapeurs” – members of the “La Sape” movement. “La Sape” comes from French and stands for “The Society of Ambiance-Makers and Elegant People”. For its adherents, it’s all about style and elegance, the right combination of colours and textures, brand-names and the highest quality materials. They derive true joy from showing off their attire on the streets of Brazzaville – the country’s capital and the centre of the “La Sape” movement. Walking down dusty streets lined with clay houses, they turn heads and feel like kings. And there’s no price they won’t pay for this.

In fact, behind the image of success these dandies project, there are often stories of significant financial troubles caused by their extravagant hobby. To afford the price tag of their designer clothes, “sapeurs” have to save, borrow and even steal money, sometimes bringing ruin to their families. But even the grim consequences of their indulgent dressing habits often don’t stop “sapeurs” from spending money they don’t really have. They are in constant competition with each other and investing in their image is more important to them than improving their living conditions. Dressing smartly becomes a true addiction that is very hard to conquer.

However, some “sapeurs” do strive to find a balance between looking chic and being reasonable with their spending. They insist that the “La Sape” movement isn’t about designer suits but rather developing impeccable taste. They make an emphasis on learning to dress well but within one’s means. This way, style and elegance will demand fewer sacrifices from their devotees and will be accessible to more sophisticated men.

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1 en habillement la saps mochovce le meilleur gagne et surtout quand je mets mes couleurs commencé là où ses sanitaires dans mon quartier à ce que mon père le dieu de zapf ankama tina turner métro leader qui fait la fierté du 27 mai c'est ça hein ça peut il faut avoir les différentes tenues un ca peux tu peux avoir une seule tenue non il faut avoir les différentes tenues pour créer un peu l'harmonie l'ambiance des habits c'est ça un bon beaucoup réfléchi faut avoir beaucoup des habits et beaucoup de peine et ses successeurs et sa peur il faut pas que tu sois mon automne il faut pas nier sa queue je suis on m'appelle et la ligne d'un billet je sais je suis sa femme la mère de ses enfants de ses deux enfants comme ils veulent et les habitants à lui continué petite vendeuse a révélé me wade a créé parce que moi j'ai même habillé la manche départ on se rappelle juste pas gérée par m est tout à fait en mesure de me dire qu'ils tiennent qui m'aimait maxima culpa il y avait beaucoup de filles beaucoup de véhicules tout le match mais il a préféré faire nos enfants avec ma donc à chaud comme ça chez moi de baïnem lui la paix la cdu ouest au narrateur cdu weston ça ça va dans les bons c'est cher à henri stoll j'ai lâché t parce que comme un sapeur c'est celui obligatoires il faut avoir une paire de huits stone mais j'ai économisé l'argent pour acheter ça parce que j'ai fait presque deux ans d opacité ça ouais normalement la perla au bord si vraiment je l'achetais pas je vous l'achetez mapaq c mais moi en tant que sapeur autre que reconnue au même temps donc pour garder ma dignité ma valeur fallait que j'arrête la paix ils sont toujours pas ce que lui prend son temps on s'habille d'autres personnes croient que ça pourrait me fait ça parce qu'elle est meilleure notamment parce que oui pendant trois mois en son temps et puis ça m'énerve à la fin on apprend beaucoup vraiment plus d'une heure même de même deux heures vraiment il prend du temps tantôt il dit catch que partira jeudi à après toi moi je viens après 1 beaucoup après la deuxième guerre mondiale nos anciens combattants de retour au pays pour comme quand il était en france le fallait qui aurait le dock et et doré tout avant qu'il soit de retour pays ça c'est qu'ils avaient acheté des habits je sais des habits chaussures l'éclat vat les chemises tout ce qu'ils avaient achetés chaque dimanche pour qui ce retour pour ce que pour que lui il vient se retrouver pour faire voir que moi je te dépasse pas ce que tous avaient des avis c'est là où ils ont commencé de la salle bonjour je suis elvis mac wazi auteur du dictionnaire de la sape je vous souhaite bienvenue au congo brazzaville et ce fleuve congo c'est celui qui sépare le congo brazzaville où nous sommes mais avec la république démocratique du congo rdc ou ex zaïre et ce fleuve et le fleuve congo où nous venions nous baigner et certains de zone et de nos aînés traverser ce fleuve à la nage voilà en gros et la basse et kinshasa et ici c'est brazzaville nulle part la tenue générale de sa pop dans take the foals fake fait un grip aux tribunaux de la salle connu sous l'appellation société des ambianceurs et des personnes élégantes mais en fait c'est une société de gentle man est une manière d'être et se comporter qui est de se vêtir qu'on appelle le contrat au liberia sapeur à dimanche soir exponentielle à les tenues les plus chers c'est à dire je lui dis c'est à dire que l'on prend d'abord par kenzo ya giorgio armani a investi deux idées selon laurent où je suis je m'appelle bakou tout cas le nom que j'ai hérité de mon père et les prénoms patriat lee carly lady gaga kenzo italie tmz au bond et la peur que j'ai mis c'est une personne à la nouvelle série nouvelle collection il voit ce que je mets mais la valeur ils ne comprennent pas parce que je ne peux pas dire sinon que cdtl mois des soins mais non les gens ne seront pas contre pour les abysses est sans limite bon ce qui me plaît plus ce qu'ils me ce qui me plaît j'achète ça c'est brazza là où nous sommes c'est précisément bat pour la zone sud c'est cette si c'est dans cette zone là où il ya beaucoup des sapeurs c'est dans cette zone où on parle plus de la salle donc tout le monde gsm et ses avis et tu éthiques mais samedi dimanche c'est les retrouvailles mais c'est là où lé concurrence c'est là où les gens vous voient écouter des habits voir ce que tu as à me voir en fait la façon dont ces éléments étaient beaux esprits comme cela non en fait c'est d'abord la beauté des amis et le prix mais le plus aussi haut pour savoir un peu le fils un peu caché pas si y'a même pas des étiquettes les ja le cje les connaisseurs qui maîtrisent un peu les habits qui connaissent un peu la valeur des amis et que tu mets là les gens seront que vraiment c'est ça je suis monsieur sévérin mouillé ngo ces drames ou yengo de salopards de la sable tous les sapeurs les grands sapins le poney connaissent non pas par la vulgarité n'est ce pas mais par la bonne façon de faire et c'est par rapport aux actifs duquel j'ai maintenant les avis et les avis allant tout ça c'est des cds a b c d armes à tu sais tout ça pour les pochettes la nasa bon maintenant avec la cenal comme ça comment vraiment on peut manquer réglages tout ça oui je prends décrite comme je suis fonctionnaire je prédis que c'est la saf saf et 421 la première fois j'ai pris 10 millions procès ou humiliants et j'ai pris 6 millions juste ils paient plus sept milliards cinq cent tout ça rien que pour les avis je vais en banque sur un crédit j'achète le chef indigène nous avons des serres nous avons des enfants quand ta soeur là-bas au village va apprendre que toi une chaussure seulement qui au contact de la terre tu vas donner trois millions cinq cent pour cent alors que ta soeur là bas souffrent pour avoir de l'argent il faut qu'il parle au chant et marié tu ne donne rien en apprenant ça elle sera content et je vais tout vous dire je dis pas avec que voulez-vous belle sinon c'est foutu pour frustrer un peu la famille quoi enfin ces trois millions 5 vraiment je ne sais pas comment ça c'est à dire que je me sens bien je me donne à 100 comme étant le plus riche du lot polish parce que je suis là dedans partout où je passe au secondaire c'est vrai en ce mois là c'est là aussi j'avais crié mon projet j'avais dit non ça peut en manger ce qu'il avait dit sa peur en danger sa peur il en danger parce que c'est ça qui fait la vie pour l'amour du prochain pour la beauté pour la couture mais à la fin et gagne rien jégo non pas sa vie mais je vais y aller franco y'a rien non là elle fait la sauce la voilà là – blacks comme on apprécie moi de pacte si les journées faudrait sala rossa vraiment s'ouvre le crotoy petit peu cheap et tina salon trouve ça c'est moi dans la forêt de tout ça le ferait mais c'est cher maintenant dans les matches parce que mort d membres et transporteurs de voitures pour aller prendre son village double à venir chou blanc pour la chine et en inde ceux-là on appelle ça la vraie la butte il essaie de manger la ricoh entend connaître si le procédé n'est pas la machine maintenant l'échangé votre casse mais je connais qui est un monsieur qui a vu qu'ils avaient gagné beaucoup d'argent l'avait gagné beaucoup d'argent il avait joué au congélo l'avait gagnée dans le temps il avait gagné plus de 2 11 millions mais on se mouille aulas est il avait rien fait n'a même pas jeter les parcelles ils étaient passés les boutiques lâcheté des habits l'acheter tout ce qui faisait la vie après on s'est retrouvé à 0 m d j'ai pour ma propre histoire mon beau frère chez nous ici le papa il était un maçon ici on fabriquer des briques donc on avait un peu plus ici on fabriquait les briques lego cela et ces moments pour enfants qui gérait ça c'était celui qui est en tête comme il était le nez il est en même temps le leader il était c'est lui qui va sauver la famille c'est lui qui sert et ça mais il n'a pas pu gérer il a mis ces acteurs là ce qu'ils trouvaient c'était acheter les habits de l'homme et de la famille c'est lui qui était le nez de la famille qui était le leader de la famille celle qui était un grand sapin qui m'a initié la saf donc c'est lui on a décidé de faire une eva joly une vague de moteur maintenant on cultive aussi on cultive les champs du manioc et puis en fait les jardins la banque de là où il ya de légumes et puis quelques chaudes d'ananas les années de gloire c'était les années 80 90 en tout cas vraiment avec la symbologie en tout cas on était parmi les étoiles montantes ouais après bon lorsque papa m'avait mavs et demi à la tête de l'entreprise on était quand même il y avait quelques travailleurs en or il y avait au moins cinq à six travailleurs que papa payer chaque mois en ce temps là aussi c'était jean marc roué stone est venu maintenant nous ont brûlé donc il fallait or ce sont des chaussures qu'on a jetée sur moi chez les parisiens lorsqu'il faisait le retour à ce moment là c'est moi qui étais la caisse bon quand milito j'étais pas très très cultivé et gégé il fallait j'ai commencé à soutirer pour m m'intéressant l'abissa partie du là où vraiment papa avait chuté et il fallait vraiment de penser de la dépenser de l'argent et beaucoup d'argent c'est pas pour rien nous tous de notre génération on devenait des petits pots que chez des parents tous mon école je l'écris c'est en 2010 quand j'étais élu le meilleur ça peut du congo bon j'étais un peu déçu parce que ce que m'avait pour mieux on n'avait pas réalisé ça c'était un concours même je le trouve à la miss fait un concours on est un homme de tourner deux tours en deux tons des sapeurs d'histoire en 10e manche arrondissement avait priorisé sa peur mais c'était en quatre sorties doit fallait sortir le même soir et quatre fois c'est pour la première fois que ce concours était organisé sur comme jusqu'à présent n'a pas de rôle dans ce concours se compose de procéder large passe mais ma femme ne voulait pas à ce concours j'avais y avait une économie de 2 600 milles fonds m'avait promis normalement je devrais recevoir 2009 500 et j'avoue on m'avait promis de voulez voyager à l'enfance pour un mois et devaient venir mais il n'avait pas réalisé ça ma raison que j'avais donné mon âge et sa peur en danger parce que j'ai d'abord vu ce que les gonfler en fait ils ont sacrifié leur vie à cause de la sape ils ont rien gagné je vois chez jamais j'ai les tissus ça c'est moi même qui avait créé sa ma propre couple donc ça la sema pop coupe les os apple chutait jeudi laisse à peu glauque sa personne complexée même moi je veux valoriser mona en tant que sapeur plus sociale qui à cause de ce que je sais les observations complexé voir popotin tous que fait ici le corps de la sable tout le monde parle de ça la sape est allé synomyne yacco ce mobile embarque à lutter non c'est pas ça aujourd'hui blue tooth et bing mais moi j'ai pas beaucoup d'argent je ne travaille pas 1 voilà toxique et non la sape il faut sûrement et locales le banc millions non et ça il faut se battre côte d'ivoire 3 millions c'est pas ça c'est palace à bobigny pop c'est le mariage de couleurs de la sape c'est une école c'est pas ça et on comptait prêter leur compte et au lac à willer mardi leurs couleurs ce planning à la taca à l'écran aux collines et un bol un quartier va voting alain bissonnette donc en tout cas les galates l'acca vraiment locaux ibos on a tous les ghettos comme idole nanar disposition de la même ville la vélo pour la vie des gens s'ils l'étaient sapeurs humain de la rue aussi n'avait pas l'argent ils pouvaient passer récemment approuvé tu as fait grâce la pluie a conduit et devient de 4,6 mal tourner à la salle alain dinin p nazaire où le temps la salade au lard n'y en a pas pas là donc la zone d'en manquer marqué malgré tout embouteillage to the wind a au fur et à mesure team honda comme on en a pour qui permettra la soprano et la maman et papa d'an allard toujours trop finalement là quelque chose il ya 127 me quel que soit hélas mal en relater faut d'abord gagner à autoriser m donc ma monna vanna taxi pour tourner la plaza la motoneige se présenter nicolas effet à se présenter vu que c'est un champion dont la présence n'était qu'un jour la planète map est champion logo la maman mon salaire l'azoté briller les roumains au bout d'à peine 1 re combat-là niveau l1 nous non moi ça vit ça se passe en moi s'il ya futurs sapeurs un jour à la radio polonaise sauva difficulté vraiment ballot la difficulté d'en rater votre difficulté pendant pour cause alors il faut dépenser pendant – il faut dépenser pendant madame il faut deux foires et des balais guibert la difficulté zone dans ma peau qui est vraiment énorme en moquer maintenant les jeunes remplis ils se suffisent même pas se saquer fit même pas proche de l'étude de chez suis ont compliqué la sape sait pas se soulager m

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