Directed By: Ajahnis Charley ⎥ Canada ⎥ 2020 ⎥ 10m 28s

After working abroad for five years, filmmaker Ajahnis Charley returns home to Oshawa, Ontario, in the age of quarantine. In addition to reuniting with his family, he returns with a mission to share some deep personal truths. Surprising conversations ensue with his mother and three siblings creating, in this humorous and heart-wrenching story about our need to seek love and acceptance within our own families.

About the Director:

Ajahnis Charley is a Scarborough-born, Toronto-based writer and performer delivering stylish comedy works with the exuberance only a young debt-ridden gay could have. He wrote and directed the short doc I AM GAY, produced by the National Film Board of Canada. He writes for The Beaverton and the CBC Podcast Tony Ho and is an alum of Canadian Comedy Award-winning sketch troupe The Sketchersons. He has written and performed his own solo sketch show THOTS & PRAYERS and won the Producer’s Pick award at the 2020 Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival.

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