Featured Free Gay Movie: Dakan (Mohamed Camara, 1997) Guinea

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THIS WEEK’S FREE STREAMERDakan | Destiny

Wildly underseen and underlisted by the States’ coterie of undereducated and incurious queer film critics, Dakan‘s elegant visual poetics and hopeful almost utopian narrative elevate it above being just a first-of curiosity.

Dakan (Destiny) is a 1997 French/Guinean drama film written and directed by Mohamed Camara. It premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. Telling the story of two young men struggling with their love for each other, it has been described as the first West African feature film to deal with homosexuality.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dakan is not available right now on Amazon US, but in many regions, you can watch it on Vimeo.

There’s a helpful summary and long trailer on California Newsreel.

On SoundCloud, an episode from the Afroqueerpodcast features Dakan.

The BFI has an article about Dakan and how and why the film’s director never made another movie.

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