You Will Die at 20 + Short + Q&A 2019
Amjad Abu Alala | Sudan 2019 | 1h45m | Arabic with English subtitles
Winner of the best debut feature at Venice, Amjad Abu Alala’s moving, beautiful and deeply personal drama finds a metaphor for Sudan’s fight for democracy in the struggles of one individual. When Muzamil was born, a prophecy by the holy man of the village predicted that he will die when he turns 20. How can he live and love under a death sentence? His father leaves, his mother, Sakina, raises him as a single mother. Muzamil is in a limbo, defined by compliance with his destiny until he finds a father figure with a broader view of the world in cinephile Sulaiman.
This feature will be accompanied by short film Serotonin.
*It will also be recorded and uploaded to our Vimeo page within 24 hours of the event.
Friday 6th November 2020
How AIM 2020 works
Films will be available to watch for 48 hours from the Watch Live date and time.
Discussions and Masterclasses will be streamed live to our Facebook page on the Watch Live date and time.
Workshops are closed and require registration.
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