The movie is an engaging and cathartic romp through the ultimate black fantasy. But it’s more than fun. It’s also a movie that raises a lot of thorny moral issues.
Unexpected, disappointing, yet deeply rewarding.
Red Hook Summer isn’t the final word on the abuse of power within the black church, but it is a good starting point to an important conversation.
A 6-year-old motherless girl struggles to come to terms with her dying father’s mortality.
The 80-minute film provides a rare entrée into the president’s African genealogy and into his relationships with his African relatives.