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‘Ludi’ a film directed by Edson Jean, from Artmattan Films, has been called “An examination of the difficulties inherent in that so-called American Dream, with a magnetic lead performance from Shein Mompremier.”
Film Synopsis: After a half truth lands her under immense financial pressure, Ludi Alcidor embarks on a frantic scour through Miami’s private care-taking world in an increasingly desperate attempt to send money to her family in Haiti.
Ludi’s interaction with her Cuban landlord and her senior Jewish client, offers a glance at the life of Haitian immigrants in Miami.
He is what some are saying about Ludi.
“Jean’s ‘Ludi’ is the type of low-stakes drama that’s easy to root for, and even more wonderful to see” – Robert Daniels, The Playlist
“This is one of the best films of the year so far, and that comes as a result of the hard work and dedication from everyone involved.” – Kyle Bain, Film Threat
“An examination of the difficulties inherent in that so-called American Dream, with a magnetic lead performance from Shein Mompremier. Ludi is a charming, tragic, painful, and beautiful film to behold.” -Aaron Peterson, Hollywood Outsider
Directed by Edson Jean, USA, 2021, 81 Minutes, drama, English and Haitian Creole with English subtitles.
Source of original article: Black Star News (www.blackstarnews.com).
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