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Young Soul Rebels

The winner of the critics’ prize at Cannes Festival in 1991, Young Soul Rebels is Isaac Julien’s one and only feature film, a queerish coming-of-age picture tackles issues of racial, sexual and cultural tension of the ’70s. The story starts in London when two close friends decide to make their low-key radio station popular with the general public.

Cinematek, Brussels

19:00 - €4

Free for members

The winner of the critics’ prize at Cannes Festival in 1991, Young Soul Rebels is Isaac Julien’s one and only feature film, a queerish coming-of-age picture tackles issues of racial, sexual and cultural tension of the ’70s. The story starts in London when two close friends decide to make their low-key radio station popular with the general public.

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