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Irene Redfield (Tessa Thompson), a refined, upper-class 1920s woman, finds breezy refuge from a hot summer day in the grand tearoom of New York City’s Drayton Hotel. Across the room, she spots a blond woman staring her down.
Based on a classic story, Passing is a picture about the blurring of race. It takes place in 1920s New York and follows a handful of characters who are black that can pass for white. Filmed in black and white, the distinction is tougher for the audience who wants to...Read more