Writer/director Cristobal Krusen’s previous two films—Final Solution and Sabina K.–focus upon other people facing crises of values and faith, but his newest film—Let Me Have My Son—is a fictionalized story of his own spiritual journey that centers on his son’s descent into mental illness. He takes us on a surrealistic journey of a father visiting …
In this remake of a Kurosawa classic a London bureaucrat finds meaning for his life when he pushes through a neglected children’s park project.
A Jazzman’s Blues (2022)
Spanning several decades, this is a doomed love story of a Black jazz singer & a woman able to pass as white in a racist society.
The Northman (2022)
Based on a Viking saga about a boy who witnesses the murder of his father & seduction of his mother and grows into a warrior able to battle against the murderer.
Imperial Dreams (2014)
A just out of jail father, who dreams of becoming a writer, reconnects with his son but has to live in his car when he refuses his uncle’s demand to help in his drug business.
Concrete Cowboy (2020)
Cole, sent to his estranged father in Philadelphia for discipline, is changed when his father brings into the life of the Fletcher Street Stables.
Uncle Frank (2020)
Southerner Frank, estranged from his father Frank over his homosexuality, returns with his niece & lover for the old man’s funeral.
A Chinese-American boy with NBA dreams has trouble finding a college that includes tuition included with offer of playing on team, as well as conflict with parents.
Red, White and Blue (2020)
The true story of London Bobbie Leroy Logan who as the first Black recruit fought against the racism of the London Metropolitan Police establishment.
The Pursuit of Happyness (2006)
The true story of a father and his young son coping with homelessness & a demanding job internship in San Francisco where a church provides shelter–sometimes.