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  • A man sits on a stoop with a young girl, who holds red roses.
  • A young girl leans over the gate in front of a Brooklyn brownstone.

Spike Lee’s

Saturday, June 15, 11:00 AM

Sunday, June 16, 11:00 AM

(1994)Semi-comic look at middle-class family life in Brooklyn, New York, in the mid-'70s written by Spike Lee and his siblings Joie and Cinqué. As well as hanging out on the stoop and battling with four idle brothers, ten-year-old Troy (Zelda Harris) - from whose point of view the story is told - witnesses the tensions between her mother (Alfre Woodard) and father (Delroy Lindo). Lee's customary visual style and sense of street vitality are much in evidence in this fond, semi-autobiographical evocation of a largely vanished lifestyle.” – Time Out. DCP. Approx. 115 min. MPAA rated PG-13.

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