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From 24 September 2020

Young Ahmed Le Jeune Ahmed

Jean-Pierre, Luc Dardenne / Belgium, France / 2019 / 90 min / Arabic, French / 15+

The Dardenne brothers, renowned for their profoundly human and socially engaged dramas depicting working-class life tackle a story about the impact of religious fanaticism on a young man.

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Screened at the 2019 Ljubljana International Film Festival, the film won the Best Director award at Cannes 2019 for the Dardenne brothers (The Kid with a Bike; Two Days, One Night, Rosetta).

Friday, 11. 09. 2020

Kinotrip: Young Ahmed

The Dardenne brothers are coming back with a story of a teenage boy, who takes a difficult path of growing up in searching for a meaning of love, hate, religion and ideology.

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