Directed by Antonio Méndez Esparza (USA/Spain, 2017, 114 min.). Digital.
Sublimely performed by non-professional actors, this award-winning drama follows single mother and waitress Regina as she struggles to raise her two children in northern Florida. When her 14-year-old son has another brush with the law, Regina starts to worry that he’ll wind up in prison like his father.
Co-presented with the Roxbury International Film Festival.
“One of the year’s most essential films.” —Variety
“Likely to draw comparisons with Barry Jenkins’s Moonlight ... Life & Nothing More is a slice of moving and immersive contemporary Neorealism that deserves to be celebrated on its own merits.” —Filmmaker