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‘MOVING PARTS’ REVIEW

 

 

By Keryn Nelson – PLUM SEASON BLOG

 

‘Moving Parts’ review: Amidst the dark, foreign underbelly of the Caribbean – Screening in the CaribbeanTales Int’l Film Festival Sept 14, 2019 in Toronto

 

AN AMERICAN, CARIBBEAN BASED FILM DIRECTOR PRESENTS THE STORY OF A CHINESE IMMIGRANT ILLEGALLY SMUGGLED INTO TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO.

If not for anything else, timeliness would be reason enough to watch ‘Moving Parts’. Set in Trinidad and Tobago, the film offers a unique vantage point into the hidden horrors of paradise.  Zhenzhen (Valerie Tian) is smuggled onto the Caribbean island on a boat and into her brother’s care.  Almost immediately are the two faced with the beginning of an onslaught of obstacles they will struggle… SEE LINK TO READ MORE…

https://www.plumseason.xyz/plum-season/moving-parts-review-amidst-the-dark-foreign-underbelly-of-the-caribbean

 

 

 

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