Nebraska Wesleyan's annual International Film Festival begins with the Kenyan/German drama, Soul Boy.
Abila lives in one of the most miserable slums in Africa. His girlfriend, Shiku, belongs to a different tribe, and as a result he is not allowed to fraternize with her. Then one drunken night his father gambles away his own soul. This 2010 film is not rated.
All international film festival films will be shown in the Olin A or B lecture halls, located one block east of 50th Street and St. Paul Ave. All films will be subtitled in English. They are free and open to the public.
Please note some films contain content and language suitable for mature audiences only.
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