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Où va la nuit

“Où va la nuit”, by Martin Provost

Screened on 25 October 2011

Runtime: 97′

Rose Mayer is a woman living in rural Belgium. Isolated by religion and circumstance, she endures both an abusive husband and a strained relationship with her son, Thomas, whose open homosexuality her husband refused to accept. After an act of desperation, reeling with doubt and denial, she seeks out her son in Brussels.

The film was followed by a Q/A with the Director, Martin Prevost, and UN Women Brussels Office Director, Dagmar Schumacher.

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