H.O.M.E.

Synopsis

2017 Nominee for Best U.S. Latino Film at the Cinema Tropical Awards, H.O.M.E. is a “love letter” to New York City woven of two stories through its subways and ethnic enclaves. One is of a missing young man with Asperger’s Syndrome who seeks refuge in the underground labyrinth of NYC. The other follows a gambling Ecuadorian livery driver & a Chinese woman desperate to get home to her sick child. Along each of their journeys through the urban landscape, they discover the deeper understanding of communication & their intimate connections despite their barriers.

H.O.M.E. is an understated, yet boldly visual & sonic exploration of urban alienation & meaningful encounters, through the lens of a “disconnected” city in constant motion.

From the Producer of TANGERINE and KINYARWANDA comes the anticipated feature length debut from award winning shorts writer/director Daniel Maldonado starring Ariel Award winner Jesus Ochoa, Imagen Award Winner, Jeremy Ray Valdez and emerging Broadway sensation Angela LIn.

Movie Details

➤  Category: Drama
?  Director: Daniel R. Maldonado
  Time: 73 min.
  Year: 2017
?  Country: United States
Language: Spanish w/ English Subtitles
?  Type: Feature

 

Showtimes

Films: Feature – Showing: Saturday, September 23, 2017

Location: The Woodruff Arts Center – 1280 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30309
Time: 12 pm – 10 pm

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