Summer Repeat: Daughters of the Dust (1991)


The Frock Flicks team is taking a little time off for a summer break, so we’re repeating some favorite posts from the archives.


This artsy, dream-like film evokes the customs and traditions of the isolated Gullah community of African-Americans who lived in parts of Georgia and South Carolina around the turn of the last century. It’s complex, beautiful, and challenging.


Daughters of the Dust (1991)

Daughters of the Dust (1991)


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  1. M.E. Lawrence

    Have been meaning to see this for years, preferably on a big screen, but you view however you can right now