'At its core, Mensah's tightly conceived, witty and compassionate dark comedy is a love letter to children of Ghanaian immigrants and to the Bronx, the borough in which she and her protagonist grew up.' - Lovia Gyarkye, Hollywood Reporter

In her feature filmmaking debut, writer-director Nana Mensah plays Ghanaian-American Sarah. Sarah is a PhD student whose planned future is thrown into disarray by the unexpected death of her mother, and the surprising news that she has inherited her beloved Christian bookstore in the Bronx. Tasked with planning the funeral, Sarah must juggle the cultural expectations of her family and the reappearance of her estranged father, whilst deciding whether to sell the bookstore. Winner of Best New Narrative Director at Tribeca, this heartfelt comedy marks an exciting new talent to watch.

This film contains scenes of bereavement.

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