A young black woman in an upscale grocery store in Philadelphia is accused of kidnapping the white toddler she's babysitting. A heated exchange with the market's security guard occurs, and, of course, it's all recorded on video. . .
Dealing with issues of race, class, and job insecurity, "Such a Fun Age" is a funny, yet complex page-turner with well-developed characters.
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