Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
In this entertaining documentary, comedian Chris Rock - troubled by something his young daughter said tries to understand the relationship African-American women have with their hair. Why do so many women use straighteners or hair extensions - expensive, time consuming and even painful ways to make their hair look as unlike its natural state as possible? Rock explores the huge hair product industry and quizzes dozens of women - and some men. Maybe he doesn't quite get to simple conclusion, but it's a funny and informative journey.
Thought-provoking, irreverent documentary posing the controversial question: 'are people who believe in God technically out of their mind?'
14+ years 96 mins
Comedy in which Israel's top special forces soldier fakes his own death to go be a hairdresser in New York, gaining work in a Palestinian-owned salon.
14–16 years 113 mins
America Ferrera (who went on to play Ugly Betty) stars in her first film playing a young Mexican-American woman trying to find her own path.
11+ years 82 mins
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