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AMFM presents, "Regarde les etoiles (Simin Zetwal) / Gazing at Stars" by David Constantin

2021, Mauritius, 93 mins

English— In a working-class city of Mauritius, old Bolom has disappeared. His son Ronaldo sets out to find him and crosses paths with Ajeya, an Indian immigrant worker. He dreams of a golden boy’s life, she flees her condition of modern slave. Together, their nocturnal crossing of the island takes on a new dimension, between a mystical journey and a desire for freedom.

Français – Dans une ville ouvrière de l’île Maurice, le vieux Bolom a disparu. Son fils Ronaldo part à sa recherche et croise le chemin d’Ajeya, un travailleur immigré indien. Ajeya, un travailleur immigré indien. Il rêve d’une vie de golden boy. rêve d’une vie de golden boy, elle fuit sa condition d’esclave moderne. sa condition d’esclave moderne. Ensemble, leur traversée nocturne de l’île prend une dimension une nouvelle dimension, entre voyage mystique et désir de liberté.

Time(s)3:00 PM

Date(s)Sep 24, 2023

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