Film: A youthful journey of hope through the margins of society

Alexandre Rockwell finds cause for optimism in the lives of his young characters while never shying away from the difficulties and abuse they face from the adults in their lives

12th September, 2021
Film: A youthful journey of hope through the margins of society
Lana Rockwell in Sweet Thing, a bittersweet examination of the lives of marginalised children that depicts the livid bruises left by race, addiction and poverty

Sweet Thing

Directed by Alexandre Rockwell

IFI/VOD, no cert

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