Lee Isaac Chung’s follow-up to the acclaimed Munyurangabo… the story goes… Every year, Jason, Alex, and newly married Mark and Karen leave New York for a North Carolina beach house to reconnect and relax. But this year is different: Jason has been diagnosed with an aggressive terminal cancer, re-purposing their trip as a meaningful, yet uncertain, farewell to Jason.
Jason’s the sole black fellow, by the way… why else would I post this . He’s played by Kenyon Adams. The film will screen at the Tribeca Film Festival next week.
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