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Diamond Island

Film Society of Lincoln Center

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In this stylish coming-of-age story, an 18-year-old from the Cambodian provinces arrives at Diamond Island luxury housing development outside Phnom Penh to work a construction job transporting scrap between building sites. He makes friends and courts a local girl, but things grow ever more complicated when his long-estranged brother resurfaces. Making his feature-length fiction debut, Davy Chou (whose documentary Golden Slumbers explored the vanished past of Cambodian cinema) creates an intoxicating blend of naturalism and dreamy stylization, rendering the ecstasies and agonies of late youth with remarkable attention to detail.

U.S. Premiere · Q&As with Davy Chou

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Runtime

101m

Pricing

10.00 - 16.00

Tickets

March 2017

Sat, Mar 25

4:00 pm $10 – $16

Sun, Mar 26

4:00 pm $10 – $16

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