The Death of My Two Fathers is a courageous exploration of identity, fatherhood, life, and death. By bearing witness to the reality of his father's life, and death, Sol Guy unpacks the meaning of family, explores racial identity in America, and illustrates how we must all face where we come from for the sake of those who come after us.
“Echoing James Baldwin’s The Fire Next Time, Ta-Nehisi Coates’s Between the World and Me and others, the project is epistolary…"
“Must see. A deeply emotional film about African Americans, families, and their interwoven connections”
“A touching self-portrait that should encourage anyone with a video camera about the value of turning it on and preserving their own story, while they can”
I made this film for my fathers and my children and it has been transformational for us. Our hope is that it may be transformational for you.