Aya moved to the U.S. using money that Herve lent her. She doesn't have much money left. It will be hard to follow her dreams of becoming a doctor, being a black woman in the U.S. at this time period. The weather reflects the hardships she is experiencing. However, she is attending a community college in Indiana and is happy to be making progress.
Adjoua used Herve's loan and made the Maquis the most popular place to eat and dance in all of Ivory Coast. She is making more than enough money to take care of the baby. Adjoua is taking time to focus on her new business rather than men. The Maquis has brought her happiness, so the colors are very bright.
Bintou is the character who shows that some things never change. She is still chasing any guy that looks like he has a lot of money, or appears ti be visiting from Paris. She may never learn. This scene is also a parallel of the girl that would wait for Ignace on his business trips.
Moussa did in fact, leave the country. He was going to Paris, but decided that would be predictable. So, he flew to Italy and started a company that is now more successful than his father's. His office has a sunset view and the floor is bright yellow, reflecting his triumph. He has fixed his haircut, and grown a slight beard to show that time has passed.
Herve is very happy. His auto shop is the most popular in all of the Ivory Coast. He has become so rich that he has started a fund to pave all the roads in Abidjan. He is also very popular with the ladies, but is still stuck up on Aya. His clothing and the weather reflect his happiness.
Felicite moved to Hollywood after her big break in the Ivory Soap commercial. Steven Spielberg saw the commercial and flew her out to California to star in a big movie. The scene in the movie is happy, and the sun is out. I did this to reflect Felicite's mood after moving to the U.S. and making a life for herself other than being a maid.