A Movie Screening of
The Black Men's Xchange-New York (BMX-NY) will be screening the Black same gender loving (SGL) film RAG TAG (2006) this Friday, November 6th, 2009 @ 8PM.
We hope you can come out and see a phenomenal film about the SGL experience from a British perspective.
This film ranks as one of my top favorite three Black SGL films of all-time!! Yes! I LOVE the film that much!
BMX's address and film info is listed below.
Be qool y'all!
ROD (aka BIG ROD)
730 Riverside Drive (@ the corner of 150th Street)
(Entrance is on the 150th Street side of the building)
Suite 9E (9th floor)
Harlem, New York
8PM - 11PM
TRAVEL: Take the A, C, D (front of any of those trains) or the #1 train to 145th Street
Rag Tag (2006)
Running Time: 98 minutes / Genre: Drama/Romance
Starring Danny Parson (as Raymond/Rag) and Adedamola Adelaja (as Tagbo/Tag). Produced, written and directed by Adaora Nwandu.
Despite their radically different backgrounds, young Black British boys Rag and Tag share a close bond - perhaps too close. Rag is from a single-parent West Indian home and Tag is the pride of middle-class Nigerian parents. The two are inseparable until Social Services discovers Rag's mother isn't around and he's taken far from his
London home to Birmingham.
10 years later they discover later as young men that their once
innocent desires have definitively shifted into an urgent need to be together.
Propelled by a fantastic hip-hop score, Rag Tag is an intricate,
lyrical film about love and friendship set against a cultural backdrop that has never before been seen in a same gender loving film.
Filmed in the United Kingdom and Nigeria.
DVD Purchase: http://www.mukaflicks.co.uk/
RAG TAG DVD
10 GBP + Postage and Packaging (Roughly $23.00 U.S. Dollars)
PAL DVD, Multizone - will play on computers and newer DVD players
all over the world
Bonus Extras include: 'Making Of' documentary and shots from Deleted Scenes
8 - 10 days delivery from England