Just saw the premiere of this film here at The Hamptons International Film Festival. This film is sad, but with a happy ending. Mr. Winfred Rembert endured a life of hardship, now he is getting many rewards. An appreciation for his wonderful artwork, paintings on leather, depicting stories from his past. This film should defiantly be released to a wider audience, Mr Rembert fought racism in the south in the 1960's and incredible odds to reach where he is today. Mr. Rembert was here at the festival, and gave a lovely question and answer session. I would defiantly recommend this film, and defiantly get a copy when it comes out on DVD.
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