synopsis

Social Black parental commentary through the lens of a middle-aged father who has realized he misled his children in terms of how they are perceived by fearful and hateful Americans. A father bares his soul, pain, fear and regret for not preparing them for the eventual institutionalized racism they would face as they grew into adulthood. It's a very personal statement to the world--that even when you follow the rules, there is no escaping systemic racism.

cast

Phil Ranelin, Amina Hansford, Anthony Hansford, Trevor Kyle Hansford

directed by

Trevor Hansford

director's bio

Trevor Hansford is a seasoned Director, Cinematographer, producer and writer in Hollywood Ca. He has spent 30 years working to bring others visions to life. Now he venturing into his own story telling. This is his first effort.

trailer

screenwriter

Trevor Hansford

producer

Trevor Hansford

runtime

7 minutes

country

US

category

Short Narrative

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