Antwone Fisher (movieffect)

Antwone Fisher [Blu-ray] (2002)

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Antwone Quenton Fisher (born August 3, 1959 in Cleveland, Ohio) is an American author, screenwriter, and film producer. His 2001 autobiographical book Finding Fish was the basis for the 2002 motion picture Antwone Fisher, directed by Denzel Washington.

Finding Fish (Mass Market Paperback) - Antwone Q. Fisher (Author)

Antwone Fisher was placed in foster homes weeks after he was born and through most of his childhood. After living with a foster family for two years, Fisher was taken away from them.
He was then placed into another foster home with a family named the Picketts. He spent 14 years of his childhood with the Picketts and was abused physically, verbally and sexually. He was then removed from the Pickett home after having a fight with his foster mother. Antwone was sent to a male institution called George Junior Republic School where he also graduated from.

Finding Fish: A Memoir (Paperback) - Who Will Cry for the Little Boy?: Poems (Hardcover)