A Raisin In The Sun

A Raisin In The Sun
A Raisin In The Sun

Year

1961

Duration

122 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

An adaptation of an award-winning play, this moving film follows the fortunes of a struggling African-American family in 1960s Chicago. Squeezed into a tiny apartment with the rest of his family, the young and ambitious son feels imprisoned as he dreams of a better life. But when the family inherits a surprise windfall, they encounter a new problem: all of them has a different purpose they feel the money should be used for. So how do they make the most of their money without losing what holds them together?

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This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language.

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