Movie Night – Timbuktu
So, I am still behind in my reviews, but I am working on them. Really!! But last night was Movie Night, and I seen a deeply moving motion picture that I had borrowed from my local library (libraries are AWESOME!) that I felt I should share with you all.
The story of a small town, families torn apart by tragedy, and standing up for yourself. The character that I felt the most moved by as the credits rolled was Toya. She lost so much… But by no means was she the only moving figure…
The fish seller. The fisherman. The former rapper. The late night singers. The woman and Sweetpea. The cowherd.
This was an excellent film, and one of those rare things that made you glad that you watched instead of read, and for this, I chose to share it. If you want to watch a movie with a powerful message, I highly recommend this one!
Posted on August 26, 2015, in Graphically Graphic, Noticing Non-fiction, Novel Novels, Short Storys, Uncategorized and tagged 2014, book reviews, jihad, libraries, library, motion picture, Movie, movie night, new, recommended, review, Timbuktu. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.