2022 / 96 mins
Directed by: Brad Lichtenstein
Language / Country : English / United Kingdom
In 2014, Claude Motley and his family were visiting their former hometown of Milwaukee, WI when 15-year-old Nathan King attempted to carjack his rented Dodge Charger. In the process, Nathan shot Claude in the face.
This film includes an exclusive Q&A with director Brad Lichtenstein, documentary subject Claude Motley and host Priscilla Igwe, Managing Director of The New Black Film Collective.
This is an impactful and powerful documentary that explores themes of justice, urban equality and mercy through the stories of three strangers, whose lives have been intertwined by gun violence. Lichtenstein's documentary is a deeply humanising and sensitive look at a topic that is so often simply the subject of inflammatory headlines.