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Crime, Drama, Romance
Tish is a recently engaged African-American woman in 1970s Harlem, who is forced into a race against time to gather evidence proving the innocence of her fiancée before the birth of their first child, after he is falsely accused of a monstrous crime. Era and setting are vividly and poetically recalled in this lyrical adaptation of the acclaimed James Baldwin novel, from the director of 'Moonlight'. This is an important and topical film with plenty to say about familial, gender, and race relations in contemporary society.
Activities to support engagement, debate and reflection for titles within the Debate strand of the Into Film Festival.
Powerful drama based on a shocking real life story that provoked debate and protest in America.
14+ years 82 mins
Adaptation of the classic American play about a working-class African American man raising his family in the 1950s.
14+ years 139 mins
Coming-of-age drama focusing on a young black man growing up in a poverty-stricken Miami neighbourhood where he struggles to fit in.
14+ years 111 mins
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'Boy Erased' and 'If Beale Street Could Talk' are also in cinemas this week, with 'The Giant Pear' and 'A Star is Born' arriving on DVD.
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