"TEY, for me, represents a turning point in my life, just as the story of the film is a turning point for the character, and so it is for all who see it." - Saul Williams
Directed by Alain Gomis
with Saul Williams, Aïssa Maïga, Anisia Uzeyman, Djolof Mbengue
2013 | Drama | 1h26 | France-Senegal | BelleMoon Productions/Cinémathèque Afrique - Institut français
Today is the last day of Satché’s life. Though he is strong and healthy, he knows this to be true. Walking through the streets of his home town in Senegal, Satché takes in the sites of his past as if he were looking at them for the last time: his parents’ house, his first love, his friends, his wife and children. He greets these final moments with great fear but also with a sense of joy.
The screening of Tey (1h26) is free and opens to the public and will take place in Washington Square Park (under the arch) on Friday June 9, 2017 at 8:30pm.
Film in French and Wolof with English subtitles
Music by WNYU Radio DJ prior to the screening!
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