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Father G and the Homeboys| 1hr : 42mins
Director: John Bohm Pete Tapia | Producer: John Bohm
Focus Years: 2008 | Country: United States
Subject Tags: americas, community, transcendent vision, united states
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Synopsis:
Narrated by esteemed screen veteran, Martin Sheen, director John Bohm/Pete Tapia's socially conscious documentary details the efforts of Los Angeles-based Jesuit priest, Father Greg Boyle, in helping to redirect the troubled lives of four gang-bangers living in the battle scarred area of Boyle Heights. Affectionately known to his many followers as "Father G," Boyle and his non-profit group "Homeboy Industries" have been working for over twenty-years to help kids prone to gang violence prepare for a future free of deadly turf wars and premature funerals.

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