The movie itself touched on the two serious topics of police shootings and gentrification. I like this movie because it discussed the dual effect that each topic has on various parties involved, how people are defined by the opinions of others, and how we are all victims of implicit bias.
About the Peetimes:
This movie was both funny and serious at times. Since the movie was short and there were so many scenes that had dual meanings to the theme of the movie, I did find it difficult to get Peetimes; I managed to get two: one about half way in and the other 20 minutes before the end of the movie.
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Watching movies in theaters is an indescribable experience for me. This, doing laundry, and visiting the Container Store bring me true joy. When I’m not watching movies or getting Peetimes, I like keeping up with the latest technology, learning to code, and building things. Career wise, my passion lies with improving access and equity within the health, tech, and social sectors.