BLACK (NWA) - OPENING NIGHT ADIFF Chicago
Friday, June 12
7:30pm to 8:30pm reception
Sponsored by the Délégation du Québec à
Chicago/Quebec Government Office in Chicago
Black (Nwa) @ 8:30pm + Q&A
BLACK chronicles the lives of four people living in a neighborhood plagued by poverty and violence, aspiring to freedom and happiness. KADHAFI, a 26 year-old aspiring Algerian rapper and ex-member of a street gang, just out of prison, wants to steer clear of troubles. FLEUR, a 17 year-old Haitian mother in an abusive and passionate relationship with her daughter's father, dreams of leaving the ghetto and becoming a nurse. SUZIE, a 20-year-old white stripper who falls for a gang member. DICKENS, 16 year-old Haitian wants to be part of the street gang controlled by his older brother.
Directed by Yves Christian Fournier, 2015, Canada, Drama, 110 min, French/Creole with English subt
Facets Cinematheque (View)
1517 West Fullerton Ave.
Chicago, IL 60614
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|