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Houston Bank Robber Uses Film to Make Amends with His Victims and Family

Darius Monroe was an honor student who at 16, robbed a bank. Years later, he returned home to Houston to learn how his actions affected family, friends, and victims of the robbery. He’s made a film about it, called Evolution of A Criminal. The film is showing Oct. 31 — Nov. 6 at the Alamo […]

Darius Monroe was an honor student who at 16, robbed a bank. Years later, he returned home to Houston to learn how his actions affected family, friends, and victims of the robbery. He’s made a film about it, called Evolution of A Criminal.

The film is showing Oct. 31 — Nov. 6 at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema on Vintage Park.

Houston Matters’ Michael Hagerty talks with Monroe about the film and his journey.

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