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Dublin - Event Notice
Saturday March 10 2018
02:30 PM

Screening Of 'Dakan' (1997)

category dublin | arts and media | event notice author Sunday February 25, 2018 20:15author by Dublin Film Qlub Report this post to the editors

--The assured first gay feature film from Sub-Saharian Africa

Dublin Film Qlub Season 8
'NO VICTIM: LGBTQ Experience Around the World'

continues with the screening of...

Dakan (Dir. Mohamed Camara, 1997)

Dublin Film Qlub

Sat 10 March 2018

The New Theatre

Temple Bar, Dublin 2

screening at 2:30 pm

doors open at 2:00 pm

Day membership: €8, at the door

free tea, coffee, and biscuits

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Guinea: Up to 7 years imprisonment.
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Dakan (Dir. Mohamed Camara, 1997)
French and Mandinkan with English Subtitles

cast: Mamady Mory Camara, Koumba Diakite
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Tenderness, sacrifice, recklessness.
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Knowing that there are other gay people nearby, that it is possible to have friends and lovers, may not be enough to make the leap. In order to live openly as a gay man, you may have to leave everything behind. Even your faith. Unless the conversion ritual can cure you…

--The assured first gay feature film from Sub-Saharian Africa

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