The Inheritance

Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center presents The Inheritance

A film by Ephraim Asili | 2020 | 100 minutes

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After nearly a decade exploring different facets of the African diaspora — and his own place within it — Ephraim Asili makes his feature-length debut with The Inheritance, an astonishing ensemble work set almost entirely within a West Philadelphia house where a community of young, Black artists and activists form a collective. A scripted drama of characters attempting to work towards political consensus — based partly on Asili’s own experiences in a Black liberationist group — weaves with a documentary recollection of the Philadelphia liberation group MOVE, the victim of a notorious police bombing in 1985. Ceaselessly finding commonalties between politics, humor, and philosophy, with Black authors and radicals at its edges, The Inheritance is a remarkable film about the world as we know it.


REVIEWS

“Critic’s Pick! A Black collective becomes a site of robust intellectual exchange, inspired artistry, joy and humor. The Inheritance feels like poetry visualized. A striking film.” – Lovia Gyarkey, The New York Times

“One of the best movies of the year. An excellent debut. Beautifully and heartbreakingly articulated. Observed with warmth and playful humor, without ever losing sight of serious political purposes and the potential for poetry therein, nor of the bigger historical picture.” – Kieron Corliss, Sight & Sound

“When Black Power meets the French New Wave in (where else) Philadelphia. Fascinating. Illuminating. The Inheritance is both a bravely eccentric throwback and very much its own man, with its own beating heart.” – Ty Burr, Boston Globe

“A joyous celebration of Blackness. The Inheritance is alive, drunk off the colors and textures of West Philadelphia.” – Ryan Lattanzio, Indiewire