I wrongly assumed the movie would mirror Billy Porter's persona and tremendously overload my senses. However, in his directing debut, the Pittsburgh native presents a story that is refreshingly fresh.
Call Me Abou
An excerpt of "Call Me Abou" by Sanusi Camara.
Synopsis: Abou lost his father before he was born.
His mother remarried and his life became bright until his stepfather passed away. Abou's mother was soon accused of witchcraft and he learned what people are like when they are afraid.
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