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      Know Your Place

      2022 1h 58m Drama TRAILER for Know Your Place: Trailer 1 List Know Your Place: Trailer 1 Know Your Place: Trailer 1 2:26 View more videos
      Reviews Robel Haile, an Eritrean-American boy of 15, embarks on an errand to deliver a huge and heavy suitcase across town destined for a sick family member in his parents' homeland. He enlists the help of his best friend Fahmi Tadesse, when an unexpected turn transmutes his simple task into an odyssey across the rapidly gentrifying city of Seattle; navigating directions to make his delivery on time, along with the challenges of familial responsibility, self identification, and dislocation amid the ongoing redevelopment and economic displacement of the only community he's ever known as home. Read More Read Less

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      Stephen Saito Moveable Fest At times, there could be more focus in scenes tied directly to the plot to eliminate overstating a point, but it’s a small price to pay for what the film captures in its unforced natural rhythm... Jun 22, 2022 Full Review Charles Mudede The Stranger (Seattle, WA) This kind of city has less and less space for the working classes. Two: the city that's losing its color. Black Americans were the first to go. Now it's black Africans. Next will be East Asian Americans. Know Your Place takes place in the now. Apr 18, 2022 Full Review Read all reviews
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      Synopsis Robel Haile, an Eritrean-American boy of 15, embarks on an errand to deliver a huge and heavy suitcase across town destined for a sick family member in his parents' homeland. He enlists the help of his best friend Fahmi Tadesse, when an unexpected turn transmutes his simple task into an odyssey across the rapidly gentrifying city of Seattle; navigating directions to make his delivery on time, along with the challenges of familial responsibility, self identification, and dislocation amid the ongoing redevelopment and economic displacement of the only community he's ever known as home.
      Director
      Zia Mohajerjasbi
      Producer
      Ty Walker, Zia Mohajerjasbi
      Screenwriter
      Zia Mohajerjasbi
      Genre
      Drama
      Original Language
      English
      Runtime
      1h 58m