1h 21m | Documentary
One Bad Cat is the story of Cleveland's Reverend Albert Wagner and his continuous journey for self-redemption from his past exploits. While constantly struggling with his own demons, Albert seeks to change the condition of the Black experience in the United States by using his ministry and his art as tools to reach the Black community. He hopes to encourage African-Americans to live up to their potential without focusing on past racial injustices. In his 80s and seriously ill with congestive heart failure, arthritis, and diabetes, Albert remains dedicated to being an active artist and the main breadwinner for a large portion of his family. Winner of the Plain Dealer Roxanne T. Mueller Award at the 32nd Annual Cleveland International Film Festival.
|Director:||Thomas G. Miller|
|Producer(s):||Thomas G. Miller|
|Cast:||Albert Wagner, Delroy Lindo|
|Writer(s):||Thomas G. Miller, M.R. Stiff|