Octavia Spencer And Naomi Watts On ‘Luce’ And Breaking Out Of Hollywood’s Boxes
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Their new movie is a stirring, unconventional meditation on racial identity in America.
“Luce,” a worthwhile conversation starter about two liberal suburban parents (Watts and Tim Roth) and their bright son (the great Kelvin Harrison Jr.), who was adopted from the African country of Eritrea, where he was once a child soldier. A provocative essay he writes about the revolutionary Frantz Fanon alarms his dedicated teacher (Spencer). What does it mean for a Black instructor to think a student of her own race could be plotting something horrific? How do his well-meaning white parents approach a situation that implicates America’s suspicions about immigrants and potential radicalization?
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