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“A major work of contemporary American cinema: complex, beguiling, and full of meaty discussion points that will challenge audiences.”~The Film Stage

Aroview: A tense and knotty social thriller based on a play of the same name by J.C. Lee, about a married American couple who have their idealised image of their high achieving son shattered after an alarming discovery.

Adopted from war-torn Eritrea, their son, and all-star high school athlete and talented public speaker, begins to exhibit suspicious behaviour at school.

A gripping, uncomfortable film about racial politics that questions America's cultural and institutional failings, with confronting dialogue and monologues reflective of the script's theatrical origin.

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