I Don’t Call It Ghetto

Miquel Galofré

Trinidad & Tobago | 2020 | 42 mins

Single, divorced mother of three, police officer Onika James-Turner, has had a life filled with challenges, obstacles and heartache. We see how her difficult past only made her stronger and lit a fire in her to reach for a different life, one in which she could help her community. Onika takes great pride in her work, and we see how she is driven by the desire to be part of the solution and not the problem. Her three children are the center of her life and a new husband gives her strength. But she still faces challenges raising a teen son in an area known for crime and must work hard to build trust in her role as a police officer.

About Miquel

Miquel Galofré is a filmmaker from Barcelona based in Trinidad & Tobago. He spent the last decade filming Caribbean documentaries about social issues. His trilogy of Jamaican documentaries traveled all around the world. He is also a photographer and produces commercials with his company T&T ROCKS.

Most Viewed Films

video

DOCKET 32357: SEASON 1

ELJON WARDALLY USA-Grenada | 2012 | 85 mins "DOCKET 32357," is the story of Lois and Valerie; two isolated married women who are united by tragedy...
video

10 AVE MARIA

JUAN FRANCISCO PARDO and RYAN ODUBER Aruba | 2011 | 15 mins "10 AVE MARIA" - No man is an island, it is said. In this...

“I DON’T CALL IT GHETTO:” BEHIND THE SCENES

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here