Cinema Dadaab

Cinema Dadaab

In one of the world's largest and oldest refugee camps, Dadaab, the inhabitants survive by watching films and dreaming. The refugees cannot leave the camp, but they let their minds escape the harsh reality: by going to the simple cinema hall run by Abdikafi Mohamed, the film's protagonist.

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Running Time
58 minutes
Kati Juurus
Finland, Kenya
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Cinema Dadaab» (21)

George F. avatar
George F.

i liked the movie !! i did not fail to entertain me. I know i suck at reviews.

Aaron avatar

The film features absolutely stunning cinematography, a great cast and a very good story.

Judith E. avatar
Judith E.

Was actually pretty damn good. The film was good.

Edward avatar

Very clever, very original and very welcome. It's so different to popular modern Documentary films!

Amy Cox avatar
Amy Cox

This film was well constructed in every aspect of the story, great movie.

Harry G. avatar
Harry G.

Watched this in the theaters and just had to watch it again.

Virginia M. avatar
Virginia M.

I have seen this one twice. Well worth watching.

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Phillip Newman

I enjoy most of Kati Juurus movies. I know his parents are proud!