Completely absorbing - and largely unfolding in real time - this is a classic example of understated show don't tell film making which allows the implications of the intersection of ethnicity, gender and class to emerge against a backdrop of historical prejudice and injustice.
Streaming on netflix. Have been learning a lot recently about how to best care for young people who have experienced trauma. Though the caring party here isn't trained, it's a fairly hopeful depiction of how an everyday response to a common tragedy could look. Harrowing, but I think remains true to the needs of both characters. The long-takes allow for revelations which give small details great purpose.