Dedicated to the memories of Jason Everhard and Gabriel Towarak
I almost ended up with Go-boy's tattoo.
We are all someone's son, or sister, or cousin, or mother,or uncle. We are all watching and cheering for Go-boy. We are all part of this village, and not part of someplace else, We are all going to be okay.
And then I'll ask him again,maybe one more time,the next night.
Troubled Cesar is stuck in nowhere Alaska because his Eskimo mother has moved home where she hopes both of them can carve out a fresh start. He's just biding his time until he can return to L.A., but his off-beat cousin Go-boy is convinced Cesar will stay, so they make a wager. If Cesar is still in Unalakleet in a year, he has to get a copy of Go-Boy's Eskimo Jesus tattoo. Gradually Cesar discovers the power of friendship and the potential positive strength that springs from a tight-knit community.… (more)