Home  USA / 2013 / 113 mins

We first meet 33 year-old Jack Hall in the midst of an exciting transitional period. Diagnosed with mental illness at the age of 19, he has had some rough times over the many years. But, after having gone through dozens of arrests and hospitalizations, he’s brought himself to a point where he has a steady job, a stable place to live, has achieved a high level of recovery in his illness, and is ready to move on.
At the opening of the story, Jack is just two weeks away from moving out of his group home and into his own apartment. But Jack’s plan soon hits serious obstacles: the rent for his new apartment is suddenly raised to be more than he can afford, and he finds himself faced with a common problem: not enough money. In addition, he must prove his readiness to the doctor in charge of his release. 
Jack interacts with many people during his journey. From the group home nurse who helps him, to the psychiatrist who does not really think him ready to leave; to a friend on the street, a hustler to whom Jack turns for advice; to the bad guys from his past; to an eclectic and wonderful group of fellow residents, Jack is certainly not alone in his struggle.
What would be a simple goal for most of us is no less than life or death for Jack. However he can, by whatever means necessary, Jack needs, more than anything, to find his home.


Saturday, December 7 / 5:45pm

Galleria JFK Cinema Theatre 5

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Jono Oliver


Jono Oliver

Principal Cast

Adrian Martinez, Danny Hoch, Eddie R. Brown, III



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