Release Date: October 13th, 2017
Not Yet Rated |1 hr 30 minPlot Summary
Filmmakers Jeremy S. Levine and Landon Van Soest illuminate the challenges facing many black teenagers in America today.
It’s a sort of bad-luck situation most documentarians secretly dream of, but to their credit, For Ahkeem’s co-directors don’t exploit the situation, merely letting their cameras continue to capture Daje’s ever-dire situation. show more
There is a fascinating impulsiveness to the production of this story, especially as it essentially drops viewers into the world of Daje, and then has us follow her for months. show more
By keeping a tight focus on the subject as she navigates senior year, early motherhood and the crushing stigma of negative expectations, the film assembles a poignant snapshot of black struggle that humanizes a range of social issues through the first-hand experiences of one young woman. show more