What begins as a seemingly isolated incident of a 13-year-old boy killing his sister slowly
dissolves into illuminating the anatomy of a broken family.
Filmmakers: Katie Green and Carlye Rubin
Runtime: 77 mins
Charity walks a fine line between love and fear of her son Paris. It’s been ten years since he killed her daughter and she is left questioning his chance at redemption and her ability to forgive. We peel back the layers to reveal a family history previously marked by intra-family violence as she embraces motherhood for a third time with a new baby boy. Multiple accounts allow for conflicting points of view, leaving the audience questioning where the ultimate truth and accountability lies.
"Truly phenomonel piece of work, just one shocking revelation after the next." - New York Observer
"Whatever you do, don't miss this" - Paper Magazine
Katie Green, Co-Director/Producer:
Katie has worked in documentaries since 2006. Her filmography includes “In Prison My Whole Life” and “Starsuckers” which played at numerous international film festivals and screened on True Stories and Sundance Channel. Most recently she co-directed the HBO documentary “The (Dead Mothers) Club” with Carlye.
Carlye Rubin, Co-Director/Producer:
Carlye worked on documentaries including "The Swell Season", "Capitalism: A Love Story" and "Thank You Mr. President: Helen Thomas At The White House" before making her directorial debut with
“The (Dead Mothers) Club” (HBO, May 2014). She is now co-directing ‘The Family I Had’ as well as “No Place For Children”.
Directed and Produced: Katie Green & Carlye Rubin
Edited and Produced: Tina Grapenthin
Executive Produced: Anna Godas, Julie Goldman, Carolyn Hepburn, Chris Clements, Marc Abrams
Associate Produced: Mishy Balaban, Patty Casby, Ilona Ontell & Debbie Wilpon
Music: T. Griffin
Tribeca Film Festival 2017