LITTLE BOXES, a subtly profound yet quirky dramedy (and one of my favorite movies at last year's Tribeca Film Festival), now has a trailer. So now you all can see what I've been raving about, and even more when it hits theaters on April 14. I'm interested to see how wider audiences will receive this, especially given the success of Get Out and Morris From America last year (another one you should see it you haven't already).
Here's the synopsis:
It's the summer before 6th grade, and Clark (Jackson) is the new biracial kid in a very white town. Discovering that to be cool he needs to act 'more black', he fumbles to meet expectations. Meanwhile, his urban intellectual parents Mack (Ellis) and Gina (Lynskey) try to adjust to small-town living. Accustomed to life in New York, the tight-knit family is ill-prepared for the drastically different set of obstacles that their new community presents. They soon find themselves struggling to understand themselves and each other in this new context.
Check out the trailer: