Directed By: Miquel Galofre⎥ Trinidad & Tobago⎥ 2019⎥ 51m⎥

The documentary chronicles the life of Gary Grant – once a gangster and now a pastor – who works to help the community he once hurt. Born and raised in Laventille, his troubled childhood led him down the path of crime. Abandoned by his father he found protection and power in the strength of a gang. By telling his story he hopes to keep others from making the mistakes he did. Having many unresolved questions about his father’s absence – he decides to get some answers and closure from his relationship with his father.

About the Director:

Miquel Galofré is a filmmaker from Barcelona based in Trinidad & Tobago. He spent the last decade filming Caribbean documentaries about strong social justice issues. His trilogy of Jamaican documentaries got awards all around the world. He is also a photographer and produces commercials with his company T&T ROCKS. You can check his work at

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