After The Murder Of Albert Lima
Aengus James USA, Honduras / 2019 / 99 minutes World Premiere
Times and Venues:
RHINEBECK Upstate Films I
WOODSTOCK Bearsville Theater
Q&A Attendees *subject to change: Aengus James, Amy Rapp, David Zieff, Colin Miller, Paul Lima
After thirteen years of unsuccessfully seeking justice for his murdered father, Paul Lima travels to Honduras with two American bounty hunters to capture the killer. He is forced to take such drastic action due to government corruption and bureaucratic impasses in the U.S. State Department. While the Honduran government has agreed to put the culprit behind bars on a murder charge, there is one huge catch — the killer keeps paying off local authorities to remain free. Shot over the course of a week, the film documents Paul’ final efforts to get justice for his father.
This true-crime film is an adrenaline fueled tale about taking matters of justice into your own hands when institutions fail.
From clandestine surveillance and covert chases to multiple near successes, this highly intense, emotional documentary will keep you on the edge of your seat. — Clayton Pickard
Aengus James is the co-founder and head of This is Just a Test produtions. Aengus has created content for networks, publishers, brands, platforms, as well as a number of non-profit organizations and causes. As a director and producer, his work has received numerous awards and honors including special recognition from the White House (not the current one) and United Nations for raising issues of awareness, including the environment, suicide prevention for vets and women’
healthcare around the world.
Cast/Featuring: Paul Lima, Art Torres, Zora Colakovic, Kent Crimm, Cindy Crimm
Executive Producer(s): Van Toffler, Floris Bauer, Jude Harris, Meredith Vieira,
Producer(s): Aengus James, Amy Rapp, Colin King Miller, Paul Lima
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