Dir. Rosa Ruth Boesten Sc. Rosa Ruth Boesten
Through art, classical painter George Anthony Morton heals the traumas of his childhood.
George Anthony Morton is a classical painter who spent ten years in federal prison. While incarcerated, he nurtured his craft and unique artistic ability. Since his release, he is doing everything he can to defy society's unlevel playing field and tackle the white-dominant art world. Now, he is on a journey back to his hometown of Kansas City, where he tries to heal the broken relationship with his mother and meanwhile shines a bright light on racial injustice and intergenerational trauma.