Occurs on Saturday April 27 2019

Approximate running time: 1 hour and 40 minutes


The Colonial Theatre
95 Main Street
Keene NH 03431

Performance Notes

× General Admission - $14.00

When Dian was six years old, a tsunami of mud barreled towards her village forcing her neighbors run for their lives. Sixteen villages, including Dian’s, were plunged under 60 feet of mud. A decade later, nearly 60,000 people have been displaced from what was once a thriving industrial and residential area in East Java, Indonesia. Lapindo, a multinational company drilling for natural gas in 2006, struck an underground pocket of mud and unleashed a violent flow of hot sludge from the earth’s depths. Dian and her mother fight against the corporation accused of one of the largest man-made environmental disasters in recent history for promised reparations to the victims. (Q&A w/filmmakers)

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