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Beyond Buell Hall: The Lives and Legacies of Bloomingdale Insane Asylum
By Sarah Yang
New York Times Review by Concepción de León
In a new documentary, a filmmaker turns his lens on his grandparents during a pivotal moment in the history of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
In “Colette and Justin,” directed by Alain Kassanda, the French-Congolese filmmaker uncovers a tangled and pivotal era in Congolese history and the central role his grandfather had in the country’s path toward independence in 1960.
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