In 11 minutes 13 year old filmmaker Zoe Greenberg opens a window into our society’s teenagers relationships with class.
Created as filmmaker Zoe Greenberg’s bat mitzvah project, Enough takes on the taboo subjects of wealth, poverty and class. Through interviews with class-and race-diverse young people throughout Philadelphia Zoe reveals what we are (and aren’t) saying about class – and why it matters. This professional-quality short film is a great conversation starter for audiences of all ages to explore class and classism in the United States.In April of 2007, Zoe learned that she had won the Princeton Prize in Race Relations for 2007 in Philadelphia, a contest that seeks to recognize, support, and encourage the young people of our country who have demonstrated a commitment to advancing the cause of relations among the races.
“A slick, honest exploration of an important issue…” Kristen Graham, The Philadelphia Inquirer
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