The haunting new documentary Man on Fire explores how a community dealt with the shocking public suicide of Charles Moore, an elderly minister who self-immolated in a Texas Parking Lot.
Man on Fire
NAME OF FILM: MAN ON FIRE
DIRECTOR(S): Joel Fendelman
GENRE: Documentary Film
SYNOPSIS: Grand Saline, Texas was a sleepy, unremarkable town–until a white preacher lit himself on fire to protest the town’s racism in 2014.
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