“Propelled by color, energy, electronic music and a quartet of career-making performances, here is that rare sort of cinematic achievement that innovates at every turn, while teaching audiences how to make intuitive sense of the way it pushes the medium.”~Peter Debruge, Variety
Aroview: An emotionally resonant character drama from accomplished director Trey Edward Shults (IT COMES AT NIGHT, KRISHA) following a suburban African American family, whose teenage son is a promising wrestler hiding an injury from his dominating father.
Exploring the ripple effect of 'toxic masculinity' in society all the way to a devastating tragedy, this is a brave and exquisitely crafted film which will stick with you.
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