Join the Gene Siskel Film Center for a Facebook Live Q&A for with Zeshawn Ali (Director) and Aman Ali (Producer).

Moderated by Sergio Mims, Black Harvest Consultant.

Hanif is a Muslim casket maker and ritual body washer in Newark, New Jersey.  He mentors two kids— Furquan, a confident 12- year-old who comes from a rough home, and Naz, a 17-year -old who has been fighting his own struggles as a young Black man growing up in Newark.  Hardship comes when Furquan's home life becomes more turbulent and Naz gets caught up in a serious arrest.  Hanif fears he has failed as a mentor and begins to fall into a downward spiral.  (Description courtesy of the filmmaker)