Titled with a Creole expression that means “the struggle is not over yet,” the action is based on the restoration, research, and dissemination, by Filipa César and Guinea-Bissau filmmakers, of the collection of the country’s National Cinema and Audiovisual Institute, with films produced by the liberation movement of the 1960s and ’70s. In the performance, artist and filmmaker talk about the contents of the archive, which they consider a “time capsule,” and screen the film The Return of Amilcar Cabral (1976), showing the solemn ceremony of the return to Bissau of the remains of the politician assassinated in Conakry in 1973. The action ends with a dinner created together with Iada África, a collective formed by African women migrants.