Over the grave of his mother, ten-year-old "Lucky," leaves his Zulu village for the big city, determined to attend school. There he forges an unlikely bond with an elderly Hindi-speaking woman whose concept of caste forbids her from touching anything a black person has touched. (104 minutes)
This film presented as part of SFCC's 9th Annual International Film Series, showing five films from around the world over the next five weeks at The Garland Theatre. All films subtitled. Admission free for CCS students/employees, all others $4.50.
More information about this annual event (including film lists from previous years) can be found on SFCC's web pages here: http://www.spokanefalls.edu/College/Diversity/FilmFestival.aspx
You can invite friends that are not in our movie meet-up group via Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/?ref=logo#!/events/[masked]/?ref_newsfeed_story_type=regular
Hope to see you there!
PS Whenever available, SFCC purchases a DVD copy of the films for our library, accessible to non-students through a community library card.
Bonnie Brunt, assistant organizer