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2014 Faculty Exhibition
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Mizoguchi's Greatest Decade
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Interning at Terra Vista Studios
Australia, Thailand | 2013 | Kim Mordaunt
Winner of the audience award for "best narrative feature" at the Tribeca, AFI, and Sydney Film Festivals (among others), this unexpected crowd-pleaser tells of a 10-year-old Laotian boy, Ahlo, whom his elders believe to be cursed and a bringer of bad luck. Ahlo tries time and again to prove his worth to his tragedy-beset family, and ultimately enters a rocket-building competition. "A kid-centric slice of intractable humanism in the mode of The Kite Runner, Tsotsi, Whale Rider or Beasts of the Southern Wild." -Variety.
96 min. Lao with subtitles. Blu-ray. Cleveland premiere.
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