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In Ethiopia, the flowering, stimulant-bearing plant known as khat is a major commodity, for ritual use by the Sufi Muslim populace and for those who have a more secular purpose for it's euphoria-inducing properties. Jessica Beshir's engrossing documentary visits residents of the walled city Harar-from those who farm the crop to the addicted-to reveal how inextricably intertwined the product is with their lives. 118 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: Amharic, Harari, and Oromo 5.1; Subtitles: English; short films "He Who Dances on Wood" (2016), "Heroin" (2017), "Hairat" (2017); theatrical trailer. In Amharic, Harari, and Oromo with English subtitles.
In Ethiopia, the flowering, stimulant-bearing plant known as khat is a major commodity, for ritual use by the Sufi Muslim populace and for those who have a more secular purpose for it's euphoria-inducing properties. Jessica Beshir's engrossing documentary visits residents of the walled city Harar-from those who farm the crop to the addicted-to reveal how inextricably intertwined the product is with their lives. 118 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: Amharic, Harari, and Oromo 5.1; Subtitles: English; short films "He Who Dances on Wood" (2016), "Heroin" (2017), "Hairat" (2017); theatrical trailer. In Amharic, Harari, and Oromo with English subtitles.
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In Ethiopia, the flowering, stimulant-bearing plant known as khat is a major commodity, for ritual use by the Sufi Muslim populace and for those who have a more secular purpose for it's euphoria-inducing properties. Jessica Beshir's engrossing documentary visits residents of the walled city Harar-from those who farm the crop to the addicted-to reveal how inextricably intertwined the product is with their lives. 118 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: Amharic, Harari, and Oromo 5.1; Subtitles: English; short films "He Who Dances on Wood" (2016), "Heroin" (2017), "Hairat" (2017); theatrical trailer. In Amharic, Harari, and Oromo with English subtitles.
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