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Wednesday, March 17, 2021
In 1952 Trinidad, an opportunistic young black villager struggling with poverty and his ailing father finds solace in a wealthy Indian farmer and his captivating daughter, until he falls in love with a city girl. He discovers the scheming trap of his comfort that will shatter his love life and his manhood.
For Michael Mooleedhar, the film's director and winner of several awards at the Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival, "Green Days By The River" is a very pure story and, although it seems very simple, the emotion behind it is very complex."
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