Tahara

For as long as they can remember, Carrie and Hannah (Rachel Sennott “Shiva Baby”), they were always inseparable. When their former mate from Hebrew school, Samatha Goldstein, commits suicide, the girls attend the funeral and a meeting that is supposed to help them understand the mourning through a prism of faith. However, after an innocent kissing practice turns Carrie’s world upside down, teenage passions, social status differences and shaky faith start to complicate the friends’ lives.
A queer, coming-of-age drama set in Rochester, NY.

– L.A. Outfest 2020 – Best Feature Film
– NewFest: New York’s LGBT Film Festival 2020 – Directorial Feature Debut Black LGBTQ+ Filmmaker Award
– Denver International Film Festival 2021 – Best Feature Film

directed:


Olivia Peace

written:


Jess Zeidman

cast:


Madeline Grey DeFreece, Rachel Sennott, Daniel Taveras, Bernadette Quigley

cinematography:


Tehillah De Castro

production:


United States 2020

running time:


78 minutes

Polish subtitles

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