BEBA (TIFF 2021) – Review by Alexandra Heller-Nicholas

Deeply intimate and unfiltered, Rebeca “Beba” Huntt talks of her experience as an Afro-Latina artist raised in a one-bedroom apartment in New York with her two siblings and her immigrant parents. The documentary speaks explicitly to the intergenerational aspect of trauma linked to race, class and gender. Huntt pushes herself through the search for self in a range of ways, spanning from aggressive to poetic, frequently straddling both simultaneously.

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