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From the moment Satché (actor/musician/poet Saul Williams) opens his eyes, he knows today will be his last. His friends and family gather to say goodbye, both exalting his best qualities and pointing out his shortcomings. In the streets of Senegal, Satché takes it all in, visiting former loves and old friends and spending his last moments with his wife and children. With this joyous, impressionistic ode to the fragility of life and death, Senegalese filmmaker Alain Gomis finds a poetic spiritualism amid the film's gentle rhythms. Official Selection, 2012 Berlin, Sydney, Chicago and London Film Festivals.

*Part of the New African Films Festival -

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  • Dunori V. P.

    For anyone who may want to try to link up at the theater, my # is[masked]-8308. My crew is considering going to adams morgan to lime after the film and all are welcome to join us.

    March 9, 2013

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