Summer, New York City: A white college student, Leah, goes to extremes to get her Puerto Rican drug dealer boyfriend out of jail. Leah’s naivety and sense of invincibility is rooted in her white privilege, and the film contrasts her experience with that of her Latino friends.
Chicago: Opens Sept. 30 at Siskel Film Center.
Columbus: Opens Sept. 16 at Gateway Film Theater.
Dallas: Playing now at Angelika Film Center.
Nashville: Opens Sept. 23 at Belcourt Theatre.
New York: Playing now at Angelika and Nitehawk Cinema.
Plano: Playing now at Angelika Film Center.
Philadelphia: Playing now at Landmark Theatres.
San Francisco: Playing now at Landmark Theatres.
Tucson: Opens Sept. 23 at Loft Cinema.
Washington, DC: Now playing at Angelika Union Market.