We’re All Pretty Broken’ is a fictitious 45-minute dance film that eloquently follows the activity of three complex high school students and a devoted teacher (Arik Sexton) in Saturday Detention. The diverse collective includes rebel Roxie (Josselyn Baker), queer outcast Zane (Dave X), and Jordan (Prince Lyons), the troublemaker. The film unpacks the complexities of being a high school student, the paramount commitment of being a teacher, and the impact of our educational system’s harmful pressures on our youth.
This film also features the music and performances of the critically acclaimed Saint Louis rapper, Mvstermind.
Directed by Prince Lyons (USA)