co-produced by Jane Gillooly with director Martha Swetzoff.
In the spring of 1968, Boston art dealer Hyman Swetzoff was beaten and left to die in his Bay Village home. The murder remains unsolved. Years later, his daughter, director Martha Swetzoff, now a filmmaker, delves into the many unanswered questions that still surround her father’s death. Each question leads to others, revealing family secrets and institutional inadequacies. By tracing the impact of the crime on Hyman’s family and friends over 30 years, the film shows us the real meaning of “haunting.”
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