1. Does Voodoo exist in today's life?
    This film is an impression of the African Voodoo, which is still an important part of the daily life in Africa.
    Mr Bivine Namaya who converted to the Christian religion some years ago shares his experiences of both sides.
    The traditional African religion, Voodoo and the religion of the western world, Christianity.

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  2. The Eyo Festival takes place any time a celebrated Lagosian dies. The last Eyo was on the 25th April, 2009, to commemorate Tos Benson.

    The first recorded Eyo festival was in the early nineteenth century. The origins of the festival are disputed - some say it came from the Benin Kingdom, others say from Ijebu-land.

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  3. Atigali Vodun dance ,Lac Nokoue,Benin.

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  4. A man possessed by the vodun god Kokou at a ceremony on Lac Nokoue,Benin.
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  5. Trailer del documental "O houn" escrito y dirigido por Omer Oke.
    Montado y postproducido por Jose Miguel Vilalta

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