One Of The Best Indie Dramas You’ll See This Year Screens TONIGHT In Brooklyn, NYC!
Screening TONIGHT at 9:30PM, as part of the ActNow New Voices In Black Cinema Film Festival, at BAMCinematek here in Brooklyn, NY, is the riveting racial drama SUS, starring Clint Dyer.
I’ll be introducing the film and its star, so obviously I will be there! A Q&A with Clint, moderated by Christopher Farley of the Wall Street Journal, will follow the screening.
You’re all STRONGLY encouraged to attend this screening, if you can. It’s an incredible, powerful film, very topical and relatable, especially for those of us who’ve been victims of wrongful police harassment, or know of people who’ve been victims. And, who hasn’t and/or doesn’t, right?
The acting is stellar across the board, it’s beautiful shot and edited, gritty, raw, engaging from beginning to end.
It’s a film you likely won’t get to see anywhere else after this, because it’s without a US distributor, so, this may be your only chance to see it – specifically on the big screen, where it demands to be seen.
So, come on out and see the film, not just because you want to support it, but because you will be impressed and moved by it. And please spread the word, share this post with your friends on Facebook and Twitter, email, etc… we need to fill the house as much as possible; it affects future screening events like this.
I attended a screening of it last year, and posted a review on this blog which you can read HERE.
In short, Sus is an engrossing drama, set entirely in an interrogation room, in 1979 London, in which a pair of racist cops question a black murder suspect. I dug it, and you will too.
Sus is based on the play by Barrie Keefe, and is directed by Robert Heath. Clint Dyer stars, in a distinguished performance!
Tickets are just $12. CLICK HERE to pre-purchase via MovieTickets.com. See you there…
Trailer follows below:
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