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DGC@Home: SUMMERTIME (Begins July 30)

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DGC@Home: SUMMERTIME (Begins July 30)

A spoken word poetry musical set in Los Angeles, following the intersecting stories of 27 young Angelinos over the course of a single day. The film was developed over a Summer workshop with these 27 youth poets, all of whom served as co-writers and stars.

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Trailer:
Critics:
“… it’s absolutely glorious, a gleeful glide through adolescence.”
– RogerEbert.com
“ ‘Summertime’ expresses familiar sentiments in some fresh and vital ways, and keeps the dreams alive.”
– Chicago Tribune
“López Estrada and company not only subvert lazy assumptions about their misunderstood metropolis and who lives and thrives there, but they also shift the focus to the unheard and unseen for a wonderful reinvention. You’ll never see LA the same again.” – TheWrap
“Visually, it’s beautiful. Transitions are clever, considering how little time they had to make them. The music is impressive and enjoyed by anyone willing to give poetry a chance. Summertime is an art piece that deserves our attention.”
– Film Threat

 

Directors: Carlos López Estrada

Language: English

Runtime: 95 minutes

Year: 2020

Rating: R

Country: United States

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