Photo courtesy of Kyle Henry

In the Chicago neighborhood of Rogers Park, two interracial couples struggle to keep their love alive when long-simmering secrets and resentments rise to the surface. In this wrenching and honest drama - compared by one critic to the gritty style of Mike Leigh - an ensemble of Chicago actors conveys the challenges and crises of midlife as their paths intersect in unexpected and revealing ways.

A Q&A with filmmaker Kyle Henry follows the screening

In the Chicago neighborhood of Rogers Park, two interracial couples struggle to keep their love alive when long-simmering secrets and resentments rise to the surface. In this wrenching and honest drama - compared by one critic to the gritty style of Mike Leigh - an ensemble of Chicago actors conveys the challenges and crises of midlife as their paths intersect in unexpected and revealing ways.

A Q&A with filmmaker Kyle Henry follows the screening

In the Chicago neighborhood of Rogers Park, two interracial couples struggle to keep their love alive when long-simmering secrets and resentments rise to the surface. In this wrenching and honest drama - compared by one critic to the gritty style of Mike Leigh - an ensemble of Chicago actors conveys the challenges and crises of midlife as their paths intersect in unexpected and revealing ways.

A Q&A with filmmaker Kyle Henry follows the screening

WHEN

WHERE

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
1001 Bissonnet St.
Houston, TX 77005
https://www.mfah.org/calendar/rogers-park/201803220700PM

TICKET INFO

$7-$9
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