Writer/director Noel Calloway knows all about life’s hard knocks. Born and raised in Harlem with an absentee father, Calloway found himself in foster care when both parents were incarcerated. Despite a difficult childhood, Calloway flipped the script against the odds, and today is a successful filmmaker. He uses real-life experiences to tell the story of a fatherless son in his debut film, “Life, Love, Soul.”
Through Calloway’s camera lens, he tackles the father factor of a fatherless son that especially plagues the African American community. The award-winning indie tells the story of a young man estranged from his father and forced to re-connect when tragedy strikes home. As the emotional tale unfolds, “Life, Love, Soul” tugs at feelings of abandonment, resentment, and loss in a story of a son left behind.
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