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The unspoken system that has shaped America and chronicles how lives today are defined by a hierarchy of human divisions. (PG-13, 141 min.)


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Synopsis: While investigating the global phenomenon of caste and its dark influence on society, a journalist faces unfathomable loss and uncovers the beauty of love and human resilience. Inspired by the New York Times best-seller “Caste” and starring Academy Award nominee Aunjanue Ellis-Taylor (“King Richard”), ORIGIN explores the mystery of history, the wonders of romance and a fight for our future. [NEON]

Starring: Aunjanue Ellis, Niecy Nash, Jon Bernthal, Vera Farmiga, Nick Offerman, Victoria Pedretti
Directed By: Ava DuVernay
Genre(s): Drama, History

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"This is a film with strength and purpose."

— Peter Bradshaw, Guardian

"Ava DuVernay’s 'Origin' is as audacious as it is ambitious."

— Manohla Dargis, New York Times

"'Origin' upholds the knowledge as the hopeful first step towards a fresh start."

— Carlos Aguilar, The Playlist

"Ava DuVernay continues to establish herself as one of the most vital voices in contemporary cinema."

— Valerie Complex, Deadline Hollywood Daily

"Wilkerson’s book offers a new way to look at age-old concepts. DuVernay’s film gives us a new way to process them."

— Elizabeth Weitzman, Time Out

"Rich in thought, 'Origin' is a dense, forceful masterwork, and, quite simply, the most radical film of DuVernay’s career."

— Robert Daniels,

"With this challenging adaptation of a bestselling novel, DuVernay explores the divisions of the world in a way we haven’t really seen before."

— Brian Tallerico,

"Origin is one-of-a-kind: a uniquely powerful movie that stays with you long after the credits have rolled. Ava DuVernay has taken a big swing and hit a home run."

— Leonard Maltin,

"A hugely ambitious political and narrative feat, illuminating millennia of oppressive systems through the lens of one woman writing against a personal backdrop of loss and grief."

— Anahit Behrooz, Little White Lies

"Achieving a breakthrough for the character and audience members alike, the astute filmmaker drills into the dramatic core and lets the film’s magnitude push the picture’s heartrending sentiments to the fore."

— Courtney Howard, AV Club

"It’s hard to recall a movie made for general audiences that takes ideas so seriously, that makes the pursuit of them appear so thrilling, or that is so replete with the intellectual substance of the protagonist’s endeavors."

— Richard Brody, New Yorker

"It is emotional and gripping... about halfway through I started crying and I didn't even want to try to stop it because it was so powerful and so moving and yet, you were also getting this really strong history lesson as well."

— tt stern-enzi, WXIX-TV (Cincinnati, OH)