A young, pregnant woman finds herself surrounded by her dead boyfriend’s peculiar family and seemingly no escape.
The fear of KINDRED comes from its sense of reality. How difficult it is to endure as a black, vegetarian, and outsider in a British suburb where only white meatatarians live. The only reason how the main character Charlotte can withstand is her white boyfriend Ben and their plan to move to Australia soon. However, after Ben´s sudden death, she is imprisoned in a crumbling old manor house, which makes her life even harsher. Ben’s mother and his stepbrother decide to take care of Charlotte, and her suspicions grow that they may steal her properties and unborn child. The fear from class and racial discrimination and sense of deprivation is not only felt by Charlotte. KINDRED is a rare kind that brings shivering to audiences without a startling scene or creepy sound effect. (MOON Seok)
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