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Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Black World Cinema

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A champion wrestler rescues an upper class young man from robbers and recruits the youth for his wrestling group, against the wishes of his pacifist mother in Senegalese documentarian Cheikh Ndiaye's 2006 debut fiction feature Wrestling Ground, playing Thursday in the monthly Black World Cinema screening series.

Wrestling Ground screens Thursday at 7 PM at Chatham 14, 210 W. 87th St. $5.

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