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Fri, 27 Jul 2018 18:20 - Updated Fri, 27 Jul 2018 18:19

Amazonas Theater debut "Cemitério 38" in Luanda

Luanda - The play "Cemitério 38", by the Amazonas Theater group, will be shown in a premiere on Sunday at the former Africa Film Festival in Luanda.

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The work portrays the story of a society orphan of moral, civic and cultural values.

Speaking to ANGOP on Friday, the group's director, Chance Elchadai, said that with this work, his group wants to encourage people to continuously respect ethical and moral values.

He made it known that the show will be part of the III edition of the International Theater Circuit (CIT), an event that has been taking place since June 29, with an end scheduled for September 17 this year.

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