Club Arak

Club Arak

CLUB ARAK is a queer Arab dance party established in 2002 in order to fill a gap in the LGBTQI dance community - Arab queers did not have their own space and wanted to dance to the beat of their own drum. CLUB ARAK played Arabic music and queers could dance to the songs they only ever heard at family parties and weddings - where it is not safe to be gay. This documentary tells the story of how CLUB ARAK empowered and encouraged Arabs to gather and celebrate their sexual and Arab identity.

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Running Time
7 minutes
Documentary, Short
Fadia Abboud
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Club Arak» (17)

Nathan Burton avatar
Nathan Burton

I loved this movie! It was refreshing!

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Grace P.

My family and I watch this movie all the time! Amazing visually!

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Vincent Gray

This is on the list of one of my favorite movies.

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Mildred R.

Old-school Short goodness! Real good. It's got plot, visuals, soundtrack, performances.

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Beverly Guerrero

Great story line with terrific acting... Very relative!

Brittany avatar

This was special! Director Fadia Abboud and his crew have crafted a beautiful looking film.

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Nathan F.

It was Amazingly, Spectacularly Great. 10/10 would see, would see again, would buy, and would die for.

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Phillip W.

It is really amazing movie I have ever seen in my lifetime. The cast and the story of the movie are really successful.

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Mary C.

I've not seen a good movie like this for a while. It’s well acted and enjoyable.

Rose avatar

Great movie!!!! It is satisfying in all ways and never disappointed me. Now go buy that ticket and enjoy this unique, special, and phenomenal film!

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Mildred Herrera

This movie has no right to be as good as it was! I have forced every person i know to watch this movie to shed as might light on it as it deserves.