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The Seychelles archipelago is a Creole country. Nowadays, the people claim their Creole identity. Creole as a language is not disdained anymore as it once was. Creole, now taught in schools, is spoken on the radio, in church and official speeches. This renaissance of "Creolity" gave new pride to the Seychellois people.
Seychellois people are above all very natural people, and address people almost immediately in an informal way. Isn't it common knowledge that the Seychellois all belong to one great family? It is also said that the Seychelles are the archipelago of love. Hedonism is deeply rooted in the Seychellois mentality, they do not worry about tomorrow.
Films J.Y. Cousteau's films, shot in the archipelago's sea depths.
Goodbye Emmanuelle, the first one, shot in the Seychelles
Pirates, by Roman Polanski.
Music Sega is a popular Seychellois dance, influenced by the French quadrille, to the rhythm of African bongos. Fast rhythm, Creole lyrics, sensual dancing. But couples do not touch. The most popular and only world-known singer is Patrick Victor, the "rwa sega". As for new singers, Jean-Marc Volcy and Ralf Amesbury are the most famous.