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Watching these scared, alienated kids turn into a family is a moving demonstration of the power of art.
For a film about stereotype-busting, OT treads a very worn path.
[A] modest, moving documentary.
A whole world can be fit into 76 minutes, and that's what the splendid documentary OT: our town manages to do.
A smart, seamless commentary on race, class and the expectations (or lack of) that are often attached to them.
promotes a message that more people need to understand in order to get past false stereotypes
A documentary guaranteed to leave you laughing, crying and feeling pretty darn good about the transforming power of art.
A tiny but wondrous miracle that sprouted despite daunting obstacles, like a dandelion that shoots up in the middle of a sidewalk.
The film makes a convincing case that the seemingly antiquated play may actually be more relevant today than ever before. Who would have guessed?
Director-photographer Scott Hamilton Kennedy's celebratory documentary shows how the students proved the naysayers wrong.
Though not spectacularly directed, there are enough moments of humor and poignancy to keep you engaged.
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