OUT OF MY HAND
DIRECTED BY TAKESHI FUKUNAGA
Directed by Takeshi Fukunaga, OUT OF MY HAND takes viewers inside the humble life of Liberian rubber plantation worker Cisco. Severe working conditions, failed unionization and corporate corruption ultimately drive him away from his family and his country to the foreign streets of New York City where his past forces him to confront his sense of isolation and belonging. This film debuted in the Panorama Section of the 2015 Berlin International Film Festival.
RELEASED BY ARRAY IN THEATERS NOVEMBER 13, 2015
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