Out For Good

After spending most of his life in prison for murder, Eddie B. Ellis Jr. is now on the outside and trying to do the right thing. The 30-minute documentary follows his efforts to start a new life and help other ex-convicts, or "homecomers" as he calls them, readjust to life on the outside. This is the trailer for the film. The film was an official selection of the National Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference Film Festival, Our City film festival (Washington, D.C.) and Reelfest D.C. Edited by Kari Barber.

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