Director: Takeshi Fukunaga
Writer(s): Takeshi Fukunaga, Donari Braxton
Synopsis: Out of My Hand is about a struggling Liberian rubber-plantation worker who risks everything to discover a new life as a cab driver in New York City. The film is a modern twist on a classic immigrant story, shot in Liberia and in New York, making use of rarely-seen locations in tandem with both non-actors and professional talent, espoused a naturalistic approach to better capture the lives of common plantation workers in Liberia, while simultaneously making use of a distinctively contemporary visual style. Out of My Hand is only the second foreign-production narrative feature film ever shot in Liberia and the first to be made in association with Liberia Movie Union, an affiliate of Liberian government.
Release Date: June 12, 2015 (USA)| Length: 87 min | Genre: Drama | MPAA Rating: NR