Roy Williams' reimagining of Ibsen's Hedda Gabler explores race, identity and class.
Newlywed Heather discovers that married life is not exactly what she expected. She finds herself constrained by societal expectations and longs to enjoy the freedoms she once knew. Roy Williams ("Go, Girl") retells the story of Ibsen's Hedda Gabler examining themes of addiction, race and class. Directed by award-winning director Ola Ince ("Is God Is").