Giacomo Abbruzzese

Disco Boy review – a bold yet banal character study

By Marina Ashioti

Two men in search of a better life meet by chance in the Niger Delta – one in the French Foreign Legion, the other a revolutionary with dreams of becoming a dancer.


Disco Boy – first-look review

By Marina Ashioti

The stories of a French Foreign Legionnaire and a Nigerian guerrilla fighter converge in Giacomo Abbruzzese’s frustrating feature debut.

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