Green Days by the River

Green Days by the River

In a remote village in 1952 Trinidad, a curious boy pursues the affection of two girls. Despite his ailing father’s advice, Shell follows the compassionate Mr Gidharee to work on his plantation along the river, in hopes of attracting his daughter Rosalie, but then falls for Joan, a sweet, sensible girl from the city. From the love triangle that ensues, Shell learns bittersweet lessons of life and love that will define his manhood and future forever.

Title:

Green Days by the River

Director(s):

Michael Mooleedhar

Year of Release:

2017

Region:

Trinidad + Tobago

Language:

English

Type / Genre:

Narrative Feature

Runtime:

100 minutes

Rating:

PG-13

Showtimes:

Mon 25 Sep 2017, 6.00pm, MovieTowne, San'Do - Screen 1 q+a

World Premiere


About the Director(s):

Michael Mooleedhar

Michael Mooleedhar

Michael Mooleedhar has a BA in film and an MA in creative design and entrepreneurship from the University of the West Indies, St Augustine. He has made a number of experimental short films, documentaries and music videos. His films Coolie Pink and Green and City on the Hill won the People’s Choice awards at the ttff/09 and the ttff/15 respectively. Green Days by the River is his debut as a feature-film director and is being screened at the ttff/17.

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