Double bill of African dramas written and directed by Ousmane Sembene. 'Black Girl' (1966) follows Sengalese woman Diouana (Mbissine Diop) as she travels to France in search of a better life. But as she starts work as a maid in the south of the country, the reality of her new life leads to her feeling disillusioned, isolated and without a way out. The short 'Sarret' (1969) follows a day in the life of a poor horse cart driver (Ly Abdoulay) in Dakar. After he is requested to take one of his customers to a wealthy, white neighbourhood, the cart driver finds his livelihood at the mercy of the law.