PBS Doc ‘All the Difference’ Follows Dreams of 2 Young Men

In “All the Difference,” a film crew documents the lives of a pair of young Chicago men from high school through college. In this intimate and uplifting film, the two students rise above tragedies and emerge as young leaders with promising futures. Students Robert Henderson and Krishaun Branch reflect on surviving violence and uncertainty to become the first members of their families to graduate from college.

“Chicago Tonight” is joined Monday by the Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker Tod Lending (“Legacy”) and one his star subjects, Branch.

“All the Difference” makes its PBS premiere on POV, Monday at 9 p.m. See the full WTTW schedule for this film; you can also watch it online for free.

Watch the trailer.


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