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Cinema | Black Mor’s Island Cinema | Black Mor’s Island
1803, on the coasts of Cornwall. A boy of fifteen, the Kid, lives in an orphanage where children are treated like convicts. He does... Cinema | Black Mor’s Island

1803, on the coasts of Cornwall. A boy of fifteen, the Kid, lives in an orphanage where children are treated like convicts. He does not know his name. His only moments of peace are in the refectory when an old professor reads a book that tells the life of Black Mor, a famous pirate. His adventures fascinate the Kid, who dreams to be like him …Watch the trailer!

 

Black Mor’s Island
by Jean-François Laguionie (2004)
Saturday 23 February at 10am / Saturday 2 March at 10am
Tickets: 2$ (1$ for Media Library members) / Free for IFC students
French OV with English subtitles