Audrey Candy Corn is a West Oakland native, “Sister LoveOlutionary,” and organizer for justice. When her son Torian is murdered, she uses her phone to document her own darkest moments. While laying bare her struggles with grief, poverty, and raising her remaining two children, the film reveals the enduring spirit of a woman who went on to request leniency for her child’s killer.

Onstage interview and community Q+A with the filmmakers by Otis Taylor Jr. (SF Chronicle) follows the screening.

Directed by Audrey Candy Corn and Peter Menchini. USA. 30 mins. 2019.


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