Sudan’s civil war is the context for ‘Goodbye Julia’

The World

The first film from Sudan to show at the Cannes Film Festival this year, "Goodbye Julia," is from Sudanese director Mohamed Kordofani. It follows the story of two women during South Sudan's split from Sudan in the early 2000s. The film won some high praise, but that was "bittersweet," Kordofani says, due to the ongoing conflict in Sudan. The World's Africa correspondent Halima Gikandi reports.

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