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The Honest Struggle

After 25 years of incarceration, a Muslim convert re-enters society in the Southside of Chicago to face the same streets that led to his imprisonment.  Director Mashouf's film is a raw portrait of a man struggling with his past as a gang chief while trying to survive a life lived honestly and redefine himself in a world in which he does not feel he belongs.

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Auburn Update 

The Honest Struggle won the Audience Award at Cinequest.

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Phone: 212-870-3155 or 212-662-4315
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