Thin Skin Review | Ahamefule J. Oluo's Autobiographical Elegy Exemplifies the Importance of Art

In a genre-bending, autobiographical turn, Ahamefule J. Oluo teams up with co-writers Lindy West and Charles Mudede, the latter of whom also directed, in the completely unique Thin Skin. Oluo plays a version of himself, Aham, a father of two who has had to move in with his sister and mother after his divorce. Meanwhile, he is stuck in a bleak office job rather than pursuing his passion for performing jazz music. To make matters worse, his completely absent father decides to contact him out of the blue, which sends Aham into a spiral of disastrous proportions.


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