|June 22, 2018||10:30 AM||Camelot Theatres (PS Cultural Center)|
A classic suburban tale of parenthood, bereavement and a mysterious pug.
In a black hair salon in gentrifying Brooklyn, the local residents fend off a strange new monster: white women intent on sucking the lifeblood from black culture.
Best friends Lucy and Julie are spending their summer hiding from a terrorizing neighbor until Lucy runs out of her anti-depressants, and they're forced to fight for their lives.
Hanka, a profoundly lonely refugee from Czechoslovakia, types a letter that paints an all-too-appealing picture of her life in the freezing landscape of North Dakota as she begs an organization to send a Cambodian refugee family so that she may help to resettle them in the "dreamland" that is midwestern Reagan-era America.
Each snowfall, Boston residents respond to threatened parking spaces with items of subconscious self-expression.
An Estonian girl and Russian boy form an unlikely friendship in the midst of the fall of communism and the rise of capitalism in the Soviet Union in the early nineties.
Set in the North of Norway, an Iranian refugee couple invite two Jehovah's Witnesses in when they knock on their door.
|Running Time:||90 minutes|