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“People think you get out of prison, this is the promised land. It’s not. You get out of prison, this is the wilderness.” So says Julio Medina, former drug dealer and founder of the Exodus Transitional Community, an organization that tries to break the vicious cycle of recidivism. The staff at Exodus, formerly incarcerated men and women, work hard to help individuals leaving prison with their struggles to stay off the streets, out of jail and to find jobs.

A Greenhouse Pictures Film
Directed by Macky Alston and Andrea Meller
Produced by Selina Lewis-Davidson
Cinematography by Tony Hardmon

South By Southwest Film Festival Premiere 2007
Silverdocs Film Festival 2007
Broadcast on the PBS series Independent Lens 2008
Emmy Nomination – Best Long Form Documentary 2009

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