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SOMERVILLE 1–7 March, 7.30pm
JOONDALUP PINES 8–14 March, 7.30pm

 

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FREEDOM

KORKORO

AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

Director: Tony Gatlif • 111min • M
In French with subtitles

A Gypsy family travels the French roads during WWII, with orphaned Little Claude trailing behind them. New laws forbid the Gypsies from continuing their nomadic life, with threats of arrest and camp internment if they break the law. Moved by this inhumane situation, a kindly mayor and schoolteacher protect the Gypsies and help them to secure a plot of land where they are encouraged to settle down. Staying in one place proves a challenge and they are soon tempted by the call to freedom.

From the director of past Festival hits Latcho Drom and Gadjo Dilo, this engrossing film provides an extraordinary insight into a little known period in the troubled history of the Gypsies.

GRAND PRIX DES AMERICAS AND AUDIENCE AWARD, MONTREAL WORLD FILM FESTIVAL 2009




Simply riveting. It's got everything: a new take on a familiar subject, a compelling script, lovely visuals, splendid acting. THE GAZETTE  MORE >