We set out to tell a story of one mans way of overcoming the violence in his life, and then the real world filled in the rest.  Original production on this film concluded on August 8th, 2014.  The next day Michael Brown was shot and killed in Ferguson, Missouri.


The goal of the film is to tell an emotionally powerful story to instigate genuine conversation around the issue of fear and how it contributes to violence in our communities.  We are holding private screenings of the film followed by conversation. Local community members can have their voices heard to facilitate policy changes in how communities and police react to violent situations.  We hope to be one of the many tools used to help break the cycle of violence through productive dialogue.

How to use this film as a tool to facilitate dialogue 

Come to a screening, listen to other voices, share your voice.

Contact us so that we can help you organize a screening in your area.

Organize your own screening by requesting a copy of the film.