Global Lens 2010: Day Eleven
Friday, March 26 @ 4:00pm
A New World of Cinema: Asian and Latin American Cinema
In 2010, Reel Worldwide Underground Link (RWUL) will be hosting the Global Lens 2010 film series in Washington, DC at the Letelier Theater. The Global Lens 2010 film series is a collection of films from around the world sponsored by the Global Film Initiative. The Global Film Initiative is non-profit film organization that promotes cross-cultural understanding through the medium of film.
5:00pm BECLOUD (VAHO), dir. Alejandro Gerber Bicecci, Mexico
After years of separation, three boyhood friends reunite in Mexico City to overcome a tragedy that scarred their neighborhood, and childhood, years before.
Drama, 2009; 1h 55min
In Spanish with English subtitles.
ADRIFT (CHOI VOI), dir. Bui Thac Chuyen, Vietnam
A young wife, ignored by her immature spouse, is caught in a love triangle between her best friend and a handsome stranger during a languorous summer in Hanoi.
Drama, 2009; 1h 50min
In Vietnamese with English subtitles.
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