“There’s enough material in these years to make for half a dozen more focused documentaries, but none could hope to be as heartbreaking and redemptive as this panoramic longview.”~The A.V. Club
Aroview: A piercing insight into working class black America during the Obama years, this is an inspiring, tragic and universally relatable documentary that follows a loving family over eight years as they run a communal recording studio in their basement of their home in a poor Philadelphian suburb.
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5 stars (Exceptional) Straight, pure doco - life just as it is for poor black families in US cities today. Right up-to-date and very realistic. No romance but a memorable tale of a loving family; no mere statistic. Terrific!~Sandy