LA VIE D’UNE PETITE CULOTTE

Screening followed by a Q&A with the director

What if the process of making a pantyhose alone could symbolize the seized mechanisms of globalization? From the agricultural worker in Uzbek cotton fields to the Indian dyer, from the activist for workers’ rights in Indonesia to a Belgian store, Stéfanne Prijot questions the value we give to clothes and especially to the lives of those who make them.

DIRECTED BY : Stéfanne Prijot
DURATION : 60 minutes
COUNTRY : Belgique / Belgium (2018)
 
23.03 | 17:00 – TICKETS

AS PART OF MILLENIUM DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL

Belgian cinema focus

ORIGINAL LANGUAGE
French, Tamil, Indonesian, Uzbek

 SUBTITLES
Dutch

PLACE
Cinema Galeries

 PRICES
6€ (+0,50 online), 4€, UGC Unlimited, Art 27