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Directed by Phil Dunn

Produced by Gabrielle Oliver

United Kingdom | English | 16' | Fiction

London is being terrorized by Christian white supremacists. While a broken man is groomed for the next attack, a boy from Brixton sees the world in a different way. But seeing things differently can be dangerous.

A touching and poignant film sure to leave you sniffling. A brilliant and childlike boy teaches an age-old lesson that is as current and needed as ever. Joshua Griffin’s acting is a triumph, and the title will no doubt leave you pondering more than is presented. This film is beautiful and will leave your heart squishy and filled with hope. — Elle Shaw, Festival Director

Sunday, August 20 at 11:00 AM

Assistance League Theatre

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