Directed by Victoria Campbell, the feature length documentary stars Gaston, a well-beloved voodoo priest in the Christ-Roi section of Port-au-Prince, who, with nothing but hustle and hope, revives a defunct neighborhood clinic. Gaston pushed the limits of what is possible by staffing it with a doctor and nurses. This neighborhood hero works closely with the director but as their friendship grows, the story takes a sinister turn. No one is a hero. Nothing is what it seems.
‘I Loved the Film’ says Amy Wilentz who wrote the New York Times Acclaimed "Farewell to Fred Voodoo".