Clean Hands w/Ulu – IN PERSON

Location: Al Whittle Theatre
Date: Sunday, October 24, 2021
Time: 11:00 am - 12:45 pm

Price: $15 - Buy Now

Clean Hands
Shot over the course of seven years, Clean Hands is a multi-award-winning account of a family who live and work in Central America’s largest garbage dump, La Chureca. The four children, unlike their parents, don’t fully grasp what they don’t have. When a generous philanthropist steps in, will the family be able to escape the desolation and dead-end life they are accustomed to?
USA/Nicaragua, 2019, 98 minutes


After catching a fish with a spear, handyman Tommy Kudluk makes an ulu, a traditional knife used by Inuit women. He can now enjoy freshly caught Arctic Char with his wife, Maggie.
Canada, 2019, 5 minutes, Nation: Inuit
Director Tommy Kudluk

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