A few weeks after finishing parole, Antonio Brison returns to the spot that changed his life forever. Now an actor and performer, he transfers the skills that he uses on stage to tell a story that hits closer to home: his own. Pairing Antonio’s natural storytelling ability with emotionally provocative cinematography, this film leaves no room for the viewer to draw conclusions from anything else other than the words and emotions that Antonio presents. The director, Matt Swing, was a student in the University of Missouri’s Jonathan B. Murray Center for Documentary Journalism and 22 years old when the film was completed.
DON’T EDIT ANYTHING BELOW. IT WONT SHOW ON THE FRONTEND. IGNORE EVERYTHING PAST THIS POINT!!!!!!
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