Insecure on struggles of working class
For the movie afficianados in the city, Alliance Francaise is conducting the screening of the movie Insecure- (french: ‘Qui Vive’) on Saturday 5.30 pm. Insecure using simple narrative, depicts the struggles of the working class. Reda Khateb dons the role of 33-year-old Cherif, a security guard at a shopping centre, who has high ambitions and dreams of being a male nurse. Looking out of place in a suit and tie, Cherif bears a barely exposed soft personality within himself. Regularly harassed by a group of teenagers at the shopping centre where he works, Cherif’s life takes an unexpected turn after he crosses path with a schoolteacher Jenny (played by Adele Exarchopaulos) and his childhood friend Dedah (played by Rashid Debbouze).Qui Vive is a film which talks about people fighting for their survival in a cruel and huge world. The 2014 French drama film has been screened at the Cannes Film Festival held the same year.
National award for EMC
Energy Management Center (EMC) director K M Dhareshan Unnithan receiving the national award received for best state designated agency category from Piyush Goyal, Minister of State (IC) for Power, Coal and New and Renewable Energy. The award instituted by the Ministry of Power was presented in a function held at Vigyan Bhavan in New Delhi.
Dale view organised a legal sensitisation program for transgenders in the city on Friday. The program was inaugurated by Youth Commission chairman R V Rajesh in the presence of Preethika Yashni, India’s first transgender sub-inspector of police from Tamil Nadu and Dale View director C Christhudas.