Fruits of Labor

2021, 78 min.

Sunday, March 17, at 12:30 p.m.

Presented by the Plymouth Film Club

Selected and Hosted by the Immigrant Welcoming Working Group (IWWG)

Join Joan Thompson and Erika Charlesworth-Seiler from IWWG to view and discuss Fruits of Labor.

In the film, Ashley Solis is a high school student who dreams of graduating but works two jobs to help support her younger siblings. Her mother Beatriz is an undocumented domestic worker, and as ICE raids increase, Ashley fears her mother may be deported. Directed by Emily Cohen Ibáñez and written by the director and lead character, the film premiered at South by Southwest in 2021. Using poetic language and imagery, the film explores poverty, immigration, and inheritance.


Movies are shown on the south wall of Jackman Room, Plymouth’s largest screen. Come at 12:30 p.m. for the movie, and stay for the discussion afterward . We’ll be sitting at tables, so bring food and beverages as you wish for the movie and the discussion. Coffee is upstairs.

The Hate U Give

2018, 133 min.

Sunday, March 3, at 10 a.m.

Presented by the Plymouth Film Club

and the Racial Justice Initiative, Guest Host

Join Plymouth youth and members of the Racial Justice Initiative (RJI) at 10 a.m., March 3, to watch and discuss The Hate U Give.

RJI selected the multi-awarded The Hate U Give for an unusual Sundays @ 10 screening to encourage a multigenerational discussion concerning the many issues the Black teenage protagonist faces as she leaves her poor urban neighborhood to attend a private academy in a far richer suburb—and as the only community witness when her childhood best friend is killed during a police traffic stop.


Movies are shown on the south wall of Jackman Room, Plymouth’s largest screen. Come at 10 a.m. for the movie, and stay for the discussion afterward at 12:15. We’ll be sitting at tables, so bring food and beverages as you wish for the movie and the discussion. Coffee is upstairs.