Set in 1902, this film takes a languid look at the Gullah culture of the sea islands off the coast of South Carolina and Georgia. African folkways were maintained well into the 20th Century in this isolated region, and it was one of the last bastions of these mores in America.
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Director: Julie Dash
Running Time: 112 minutes
Program/Section: Spotlight on Black American Cinema
7:00pm April 25 | UNCSA Gold | Buy tickets