Papy is a 2009 film directed by Djo Tunda Wa Munga. It was released on 27 July 2009 at the Zanzibar Film Festival.
Usage examples of "papy".
Small pieces for the most part: her mother's papier mac he work table, encrusted with mother of-pearl and inlaid with metal foil, a serpentine table in mahogany with a pierced gallery, and a Martha Washington chair reputed to be Chippendale and lastly a little rosewood desk where her mother had been in the habit of writing her letters.
Er blickte für ein paar Sekunden auf das Papier, blickte dann zum Verkehrspolizisten, blickte schließlich auf die mittlerweile hundertköpfige Menge, die dieses Schauspiel mitverfolgte, und brach in ein noch gewaltigeres Lachen aus.
It was next to a case which reached nearly to the roof and contained a pair of stuffed golden eagles perched on a papier mache mountain ledge.
Baylee continued working carefully, dragging up some pieces of colored papier mache and discarding others.
He stared up at the ceiling, originally hewn from the end of a deep subway tunnel but now embellished with papier mache stalactites.
And the way a five-pound plush-toy-bear doesn't weight enough to anchor and lift a sixty-pound boy over the summit of a papier mache mountain.
He was wearing a child's false face, a species of mask in papier mache.
It even looked like a totem pole, its exterior decorated by a big spiral serpent of papier mache and plaster of paris.