February 10, 2020

FRENCH CINEMA | Les Confins du monde

Les Confins du monde by Guillaume Nicloux (103') Indochina, 1945. Robert Tassen, a young French soldier, is the only survivor of a massacre in which his brother and sister-in-law were killed before his eyes. Blinded by his revenge, Robert embarks on a solitary and secret search for assassins. But his meeting with Mayi, a young Indochinese, will upset his beliefs. Will there be any solace for Tassen and the other men trapped in the middle of the jungle and surrounded by enemy troops? For members of AF Bombay only ♦ Read More...FRENCH CINEMA | Les Confins du monde


February 13, 2020

DOCUMENTARY SCREENING & DISCUSSION | Incertains Voyages

Incertains voyages by Anne de Giafferi (51') They come from Albania, Mali, Gambia, Guinea, or Egypt. Isabelle, Erwin, Mohammed, Erry, Djibril, Elhadj, and Abdelrahim have made a tumultuous journey to Corsica. Placed under the care of Child Welfare Services, these young immigrants are called MNA (unaccompanied minors) in French and have to learn to rebuild their lives. Their existence is a constant countdown - as soon as they reach the legal age of majority, they will have to furnish documentation including proof of a job and housing to avoid eviction. Read More...DOCUMENTARY SCREENING & DISCUSSION | Incertains Voyages


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