|Name||:||M’Bissine T. Diop|
|Birth Date||:||14 November 1971|
|Birth Place||:||Dakar, Senegal|
Mbissine Thérèse Diop is a Senegalese actress best known for her starring role as Diouana in the 1966 Ousmane Sembène film Black Girl, which is often cited as one of the first feature films of African cinema to go on to international acclaim.
Animal [4 February 2017]
Black Girl [1966 (Senegal)]
Diouana, a Senegalese woman aspiring for a better life, takes the job of a governess for a French family. But, her duties are restricted to those of a maid and she starts facing racial discrimination.
Black Sun 
All-natural girls lose their innocence as hard studs show them a good time! They look sweet, but their moans give away their desires! Contains scenes of an adult nature.
Emitaï [9 February 1973 (New York)]
Senegalese villagers attempt a revolt against French incursions into tribal life.
Sembene! [23 January 2015]
Senegalese filmmaker Ousmane Sembene, an African freedom fighter, uses stories as weapons.
- 14 November 1971.
- Dakar, Senegal.