Black Girl

65 minutes 1965

The 1965 first feature of Senegalese director Ousmane Sembene. A girl from a lower-class district in Dakar goes to work as a maid for a French couple and accompanies them on a vacation to France, where her newfound sense of freedom gradually turns into feelings of isolation and invisibility. Sembene keeps his metaphors under control, and the result is a message movie with an unusual depth of characterization. In French with subtitles.

Fri 7/29, 6 PM; Sat 7/30, 5:15 PM; and Wed 8/3, 8 PM.

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