The digital garden on the screen is luminous; improbable plants are crossbred. A daughter hits rock bottom after her mother’s death. She digs deep into the soil of her childhood garden. Her memory is leaky as a sieve.
But How Can I Cry when the Streets are Ablaze with Flowers is a poetic tale of three generations of women living under the same roof, where the bonds are strong and childhood is free.
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