Please join Peace on the Street for the NYC release of La Mission, a critically-acclaimed film starring Benjamin Bratt that deals with issues of family, community, gender and homophobia. The proceeds from tickets will benefit this organization which is doing outstanding work in the East Harlem community.
The screenings will take place this Friday, April 9th. The first will be held at Clearview Chelsea (260 W. 23rd Street) at 7:00 p.m. Tickets for that showing are $15. The second will be held at AMC Empire (234 W. 42nd Street) at 10:00 p.m. and will cost $16.
Tickets can be purchased by contacting Julian Gerena-Quinones or Stan Koehler at email@example.com or by phone at (212) 978-8776. You can also purchase tickets by clicking here and filling out an online form.
La Mission – Synopsis
Growing up in the Mission district of San Francisco, Che Rivera (Benjamin Bratt) has always had to be tough to survive. He’s a powerful man respected throughout the Mission barrio for his masculinity and his strength, as well as for his hobby building beautiful lowrider cars. A reformed inmate and recovering alcoholic, Che has worked hard to redeem his life and do right by his pride and joy: his only son, Jes, whom he has raised on his own after the death of his wife. Che’s path to redemption is tested, however, when he discovers Jes is gay. To survive his neighborhood, Che has always lived with his fists. To survive as a complete man, he’ll have to embrace a side of himself he’s never shown. Written by Global Cinema
Peace on the Street utilizes an integrated and holistic approach to youth developing, offering affordable meditation and martial arts classes, as well as educational and career preparation programming to youth and adults. For more information on this organization’s work, click here.