This 2014 release focuses on Jorge, a hard-working family man who can barely make ends meet. When Jorge is mugged by neighborhood delinquent Kalule, his son decides to confront Kalule, only to get shot himself in the process. Kalule is sentenced to a mere two years in prison. Upon release, he is intent on revenge and begins terrorizing Jorge's wife, son, and daughter. Jorge decides to take justice into his own hands and live with the emotional and psychological consequences.
The unrated film, which runs about 80 minutes in Spanish with English subtitles, is free and open to the public. It will be shown in the Catherine Drake Room, which is handicapped accessible from Church Street. Patrons are welcome to bring light refreshments.
To Kill a Man is part of the Library's Film Movement series and will be available for checkout after the public screening.