Sunday, December 20, 2015

J.T. (1969)

Directed by Robert M. Young
My rating: 2.5 stars out of 4

A young boy in a poor Harlem neighborhood befriends a stray cat in a crumbling nearby building. It gives him something to care about in his otherwise dreary daily life. Tragedy strikes when classmates tease him, but with the help of some unexpected friends it turns his life from despair to hope. Simple story with a Christmas theme, but hampered by a low budget and short running time that does not allow the characters to be fully fleshed out. 

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