THE GREAT BAZAAR - ADIFF NY 2014
Wed, Dec. 10 @ 11AM
In the suburb of an African city, 12-years-old Paito sells fritters outside his house. One day, a band of young robbers takes his money. To recover what he lost, he heads out for the big city and begins to live in a market square that at night becomes a dormitory for homeless vendors. There he meets Xano, a boy his age, whose insolent behavior and fearlessness attract him. Unlike Paito, Xano despises work and he steals. Despite this, they become friends. Together, they reinvent the world.
Mozambique, 2005, 58 min, Comedy, Portuguese with English subtitles, Licinio Azevedo, dir. Part of School Program.
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (Langston Hughes Auditorium) (View)
515 Malcom X Boulevard
New York, NY 10037
|Minimum Age: 11|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|