Broadcast on the Aboriginal People’s Television Network:

  • October 13 – Inuktitut version

  • October 15 – English version


A victim of childhood violence and neglect, Tony Kalluk spent half of his first forty years in jail or on probation.  He was angry, violent; he attempted “suicide by police” but was only shot in the leg. Later something changed; he returned home to Clyde River, became a counselor to others in distress, and started a family.  The film follows Tony as he tries to stay on track, while battling his demons from a past that will not leave him alone.

Mike Jaypoody
Talking About The Documentary

Tony Kalluk
Talking About The Documentary