In this documentary, Che Smith (a.k.a. Rhymefest, the Grammy-winning rapper) reunites with his father, an alcoholic living on the streets of Chicago, and struggles to deliver him to safety and an existence that is productive and meaningful, in essence, taking responsibility for the man who had abandoned him as a young child.
African Americans -- Race identity.
Fatherless families -- United States -- Case studies.
Fathers and sons -- United States -- Case studies.
Homeless men -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Biography.
Homeless persons -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Biography.
Homelessness -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Case studies.
Rap musicians -- United States -- Biography.
Rhymefest, 1977- -- Family.
Rhymefest, 1977- -- Homes and haunts.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Break Thru Films, production company.
Brill, Paul, 1968- composer.
Kellison, Daniel, film producer.
Miller, Charles (Producer), film producer.
Rhymefest, 1977- commentator, on-screen participant.
Smith, Brian (Former homeless person), commentator, on-screen participant.
Smith, Donnie, commentator, on-screen participant.
Stern, Ricki, film director, film producer, screenwriter.
Sundberg, Annie, film director, film producer, screenwriter.
Wassermann, Pax, screenwriter, editor of moving image work.
Ziman, Elizabeth, 1982- composer.