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Levinsky Park
Century 20 Redwood City - Screen 2Thu, Mar 2 7:00 PM
Israel, a country of refugees. Levinsky Park, a community of refugees divided. A fascinating and nuanced portrait of the myriad complexities and repercussions of one of the defining global controversies of our time, refugee migration.
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Levinsky Park
Century 20 Redwood City - Screen 2Sat, Mar 4 1:20 PM
Israel, a country of refugees. Levinsky Park, a community of refugees divided. A fascinating and nuanced portrait of the myriad complexities and repercussions of one of the defining global controversies of our time, refugee migration.
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Levinsky Park
Century 20 Redwood City - Screen 3Mon, Mar 6 4:00 PM
Israel, a country of refugees. Levinsky Park, a community of refugees divided. A fascinating and nuanced portrait of the myriad complexities and repercussions of one of the defining global controversies of our time, refugee migration.
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Levinsky Park
Century 20 Redwood City - Screen 18Sat, Mar 11 10:35 AM
Israel, a country of refugees. Levinsky Park, a community of refugees divided. A fascinating and nuanced portrait of the myriad complexities and repercussions of one of the defining global controversies of our time, refugee migration.
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Film Info
Type of Film/Event:Short
Runtime:24
Rating:Not Rated
Production Country:United States
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Paul Hunter
Executive Producer:Isabella Castro
Jerome Martin
Producer:Denzel Washington
Tyrese Gibson
Screenwriter:Tyrese Gibson
Music:Tyrese Gibson
Cinematographer:Patrick Scola
Editor:Dereck Janniere
Cast:Tyrese Gibson
Jennifer Hudson
Description

Starring and written by Tyrese Gibson , directed by Paul Hunter, and produced by Academy Award-winner Denzel Washington, the story of up-and-coming soul singer Lionel Jacobs. Married to his background singer Bobbi Ann (played by Jennifer Hudson), Jacobs tries to pursue his career dreams while battling drugs and alcohol on one hand and fighting to take care of his wife and children on the on the other.

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