Fishing Without Nets (Jallaabasho Shabaq La’aan)
Sunday, May 4, 2014 - 7:30pm
Director Cutter Hodierne in Person
Part of Next Look
“Like a Coen Brothers film set on the high seas, Fishing Without Nets thrusts us into a man-made prison of greed, hopelessness, and violence.” —Examiner
A Somali pirate tale, told from the view of the pirates, examines ways that economic conditions can lead fishermen to change their work on the high seas. Shot with Somali non-actors, the film explores their moral dilemmas and life-changing decisions. 2014, DCP, English, Somali, and French with English subtitles, 109 minutes.
Walker Art Center
1750 Hennepin Avenue
Minneapolis Minnesota 55403United States
Tickets on sale April 15 at 11 am.
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