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USA 2020
produced by
Jake Hunter, Jeion Green, Adam Waheed, DeStorm Power, Patricia Chica, Jordan Taylor Wright (executive), Will Meldman (executive), Charlie Burt (executive) for Taylor Cut Films, Double Down Pictures, Flixseed Productions, Egerton Crescent Productions
directed by Nino Aldi
starring DeStorm Power, Adam Waheed, Jake Hunter, Jason Stuart, Aina Dumlao, Galen Howard, Michelle Lebo, Pamela Shaddock, Rosette Sharma, Gregory Albrecht, Rohit Sharma, Reuben Reuel, Nancy Kramer, Marian Krull, Ed Stasik, Isabel Soto, Charles Laughlin, Tiya Choi, Maria Kuzminova, Edward Sastik, Ricardo Ruben Lopez II
written by Andy Marlatt, music by Tristan Barton


review by
Mike Haberfelner

Three men of different ethnicity - African American Jamar (DeStorm Power), Arab American Amed (Adam Waheed) and white Kevin (Jake Hunter) - storm into a subway waggon just leaving the station and pull their guns to rob the passengers. It's 10 minutes until the next stop, so should give them just enough time to make good their heist - and everything goes well, too, until Jamar refuses to take the money from African American passengers, identifying them as his tribe. Amed complains, but then refuses to rob "his" people as well. Same with Kevin, which leaves pretty few passengers to rob, so the three try to find another system to figure who to rob and who not to, but whatever they come up with only adds to the confusion as it's hard to just not identify with people ...


Above synopsis, while fairly accurate, probably doesn't do this little short much justice, as it makes the film sound dry and preachy - while the total opposite is the case, Tribes is actually a rather hilarious little film that might ask some interesting, even serious questions, but does it through the veil of comedy, and intelligent comedy at that which doesn't just go for the cheap laugh but remains on topic throughout and at the same time manages to put an absurd spin on a genre situation. And of course, a slick direction and a strong cast help to make this a delight to watch.

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