2016 / 33 minutes

Directed by
Ravi Hart Lloyd
Country of production
United Kingdom

This is the personal story of a boy who grew up mixed in every aspect of his life, his parents, where he was from, his race. The black kid who thought that he was white. The white kid who thought that he was black. The director, Ravi Hart, narrates the film along with interviews with his family. The film begins with Ravi’s love of boats. Born on the island of Anguilla, British West Indies, he grew up sailing and fishing. A catastrophic hurricane hits the island in 1995 and the family leaves for the United States. The film goes on to articulate the mixed race experience in the US through themes of identity, displacement, educational inequalities and police harassment.

In the 2017 RAI Film Fest Student
Language and subtitles
English with English subtitles
Location(s) depicted
Anguilla USA
Caribbean Islands North America
United States
Family / Kinship Race / Racism / Antiracism Collective / Community identity Film / Photography / Mass media

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