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United States · 2022
1h 20m
Director Rebeca Huntt
Starring Rebeca Huntt, Juancarlos Huntt, Raquel Huntt
Genre Documentary

In this powerful self-portrait, Afro-Latina Rebeca "Beba" Huntt traces her parents' migration to New York City as immigrants, through her years at Bard, a predominantly white college, and then her move back to her family’s apartment on Central Park West. In the process, she explores her identity and confronts historical, societal, and generational trauma.

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The Playlist by Charles Bramesco

Never lacking in earnestness or vigor, she nonetheless teeters over the lines separating introspection from navel-gazing and the raw from the simply underdone.


The Guardian by Peter Bradshaw

The tone of the film is sometimes a little opaque. There is some slightly cliched 16mm footage of subway scenes and indulgent home-movie material and Huntt’s own voiceover has something of the student graduation piece about it. But there is a rich, dense texture to this very questioning, personal film.


IndieWire by Robert Daniels

Without hesitation, she talks about her own shortcomings too. She does so with an assured hand, an open heart, and a heady way of seeing the world. But other parts of her are obscured, and those questions might leave one wanting.


Screen Daily by Tim Grierson

The free-flowing style, aided by dreamlike editing from Isabel Freeman, is both playful and sombre, offering a captivating snapshot of a young artist trying to make sense of her complicated self.

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