Stones In The Sun
Stones In The Sun (2012)

In this powerful social drama, Haitian refugees cross paths in 1980s NYC as political violence engulfs their homeland. In order to move forward, they must confront the horrors of the past.

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Genre: Drama
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Stephen Holden
New York Times

"Stones in the Sun" is a wrenching portrait of Haitian exiles struggling to build new lives in New York City after fleeing their country in the late 1980s.

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Marsha McCreadie
Film Journal International

Taking no sides and every side, Stones in the Sun is a powerful tripartite narrative from Haitian filmmaker Patricia Benoit, using her own family history.

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Michael Atkinson
Village Voice

Good intentions can be deadly: Benoit runs into the common tripwire of caring more about pitching her cause than she does about movies.

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Avi Offer
NYC Movie Guru

A genuinely heartfelt portrait of Haitian life in 1980s Brooklyn brimming with humanism and emotionally resonant performances.

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