Knate Lee began writing the film in 2005 while he was India filming the series "Wildboyz (2003)." He had lost his passport and was stuck in the country for five days not knowing anyone or the language. See more »
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Time To Go Home
Written & Performed by Otis Johnson
Published by Manfield Group (BMI)
Administered by Covertly Canadian Publishing
Courtesy of The Numero Group
By Arrangement with Bank Robber Music See more »
First of all.... don't be fooled by the word Boxer. I generally get thrown off by movies about boxers as I feel this gerne his been swallowed, digested and eventually ended up in the sewer through a process we all privately enjoy. Anyways, I think this film portrays the fear of every human: Loose everything, become homeless and adapt to the street life. I could not imagine, can you? Where do you go? What do you do? What does one do for entertainment? What does one do for money? This film, I think, provides a great glimpse into the life of a homeless man and reveals hardship, friendship and the ups and downs one may or may not encounter.
His love for his new found treasure, his thoughts, his emotions, his actions are captivating and intriguing. This movie will make you think, will make you appreciate, will touch your soul (I am a cold person and not easily touched or moved).
Enjoy this movie over candle light, with your better half. Men have a chance to appear empathetic and sympathetic, while still getting a bit of violence in. Win win.
Superb movie which will be greatly underestimated. Enjoy!
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