East End Film Festival: The Lonely Pack
East End Film Festival: Lonely Pack + shorts
Date: Sun 25 April 2010
Eleven-year-old Sonu lives on the streets of Katmandu, part of a boisterous pack of street children fighting to survive in the chaotic capital of Nepal. Always on the prowl for food, drugs, charitable tourists, and , above all, fun and adventure, the lives of Sonu adn his pack is shaped by hunger and violence but is also filled with childlike moments of freedom on the streets. This film follows ideas of Direct Cinema: No narrator, no music, no staging. The everyday life of a streetchild in Katmandu. The story is told by the kids themselves.
Ticketprices are £7.50 or £5.50 for concessions
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