|June 19, 2019||11:00 AM||Camelot Theatres (PS Cultural Center)|
West London, 1979. Racial tensions are running high. Lucky thinks his brother is in trouble, but the truth is far from what he expects.
Michel is an ex-punk. He hangs with his teenage son while simultaneously trying to look after the baby he just had with Hélène, his new wife, who recently left him. Needless to say, his years of drugs and alcohol haven't left him unscathed.
It’s the opening night at the concert house where Arvid works. When his sister steals the spotlight and a resulting confrontation with an important man builds, Arvid’s worst side is revealed.
Master musicians and luthiers Tacho Utrera and Isidro Nieves make an espiga, a traditional guitar pick used in the Mexican son jarocho genre.
In a small town in Mexico, three local hip hop artists find refuge from adversity in their music, representing the voices of their community in their lyrics.
A retiree's instrument inexplicably goes mute in the days leading up to a long-awaited performance.
|Running Time:||102 minutes|