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ADIFF 2011 Caribbean Night
Teachers College, Columbia University - The Chapel (175 Zankel Hall)
New York, NY
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ADIFF 2011 Caribbean Night
ADIFF 2011 Caribbean Night
Sun. Nov. 27 @ 6pm - Teachers College - The Chapel

A riveting drama set in the beautiful Caribbean Island of Barbados. Life for 15 year old Makisha has become tough when she became pregnant. With no job, she is still desirous of finishing school. Her mother Darlene, a single mom, is suffering financially and her boyfriend's life is going on a downward spiral. It is in these tough times, when Makisha needs help, that she meets her wealthy dad Morris and her sister Claire. Could this reunion be the answer to all her financial needs or will this be her worst nightmare? Will finding another side of her family give her all the love she has been searching for? Barbados, 2009, 104 min, Drama, English with Barbadian dialect with English subtitles, Marcia Weekes, dir.

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Teachers College, Columbia University - The Chapel (175 Zankel Hall)
525 West 120th Street
New York, NY 10025
United States


Film > Festivals
Film > Premiers

Minimum Age: 12
Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: Yes!
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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