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Documentary on Three Black Men After Prison

The amazing concepts of today’s tech mean that creatives can prosper from any market and tell the best stories from home. is a documentary that follows three black men who have served a combination of 60 years in prison. The director and producer follows Chris Lewis, who was imprisoned for multiple drug offenses, Byron Mims, who was convicted of attempted murder and Antoine Simmons who was convicted for several drug offenses. In the film, the viewer sees the ups and downs of how the family is affected by their loved one being imprisoned. On a lighter note, all three of the men find their way back into society and this looks like an interesting film

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