Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Reviewing with Others Pt. 54: La Source

My latest indie screener review is for La Source. It's a documentary about an upstanding Haitian who moved here in 1989 to work as a custodian at Princeton University and as a cab driver. But Josue Lajeunesse doesn't just send money home, as so many immigrants do. He's also been working for over 20 years to make sure that his hometown no longer has to choose between drinking contaminated water or making a perilous mountainside trip to get clean H2O.

So what did I think about LS? I liked a lot of it, but things toward the end of the picture made my reaction so complicated I had to delay this review from last Sunday to today. You can read my thoughts here at Man, I Love Films.

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