The acclaimed film ‘City of Life’ is screening Tuesday (11th) and Wednesday (12th) and may be longer at Fujairah’s Dana Cinema.
The synopsis given at the Dubai Film Festival stated:
“'City Of Life' is an urban drama set in Dubai that explores the existing complexities within an emerging multicultural society's race, ethnicity and class divide. A privileged Emirati male, a disillusioned Indian taxi driver and a European woman's paths are about to collide and irrevocably impact one another's lives. The first multi-lingual feature film to be written, produced and directed by an Emirati with UAE funding, intended for both local and international release, 'City Of Life' blazes an impressive trail for Emirati film.”
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The film is not mentioned on the Dana Cinema web site but a representative said the film was showing in Theatre 4 at these times:
Tuesday 11 May 2010 and Wednesday 12 May 2010
3.15pm, 5.15pm, 7.15pm, 9.15pm and 11.15pm
It may also be screened on Thursday 13th but check by calling (09) 224 3100.
30 AED per ticket (18yrs+)
Here is the official web site of City of Life for more information.
‘City of Life’ Dubai Film—Now for the Sequel, Fujairah in Focus.
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Image: Ali Mostafa briefs actors before filming a scene in City of Life. The young Emirati director wants to show Dubai as a real city. Picture courtesy of Gulf News at this Gulf News review.