Life and Nothing More
This film is presented in partnership with the South Carolina Human Affairs Commission in honor of the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.
Stressed by her job in a diner, single mother Regina (Regina Williams) is raising her two children in northern Florida. When her 14-year-old son Andrew (Andrew Bleechington) has another brush with the law, she worries he’ll wind up in Pr*son like his father. Méndez Esparza employs documentary-style realism in this snapshot of race, class and the bonds of family in contemporary America.
Join us after the screening for a panel discussion featuring Marvin Caldwell (Director of Fair Housing, State of SC Human Affairs Commission).
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