Alien Boy: The Life and Death of James Chasse Trailer (2013)
"How the death and life of James Chasse changed a city."15 February 2013Factual90 mins
Alien Boy: The Life and Death of James Chasse is a feature length documentary film about one mans struggle with schizophrenia and the extraordinary brutality that ended his life. It is the story of a city in denial that was forced to face the truth and learn, grow and change as a result. Alien Boy explores issues of impunity, police brutality, and mental illness.
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