• Released
  • October 17, 2014
  • (Limited -Chicago/Miami 10/17; NY, LA, ATL 10/24)
  • NR , 1 hr 23 min
  • Documentary
Lakay Synopsis
After the 2010 earthquake, Haiti is in ruins, towns are destroyed, and families have been displaced. Lakay tells the story of two brothers, Alexius and Romeo, who are on a mission to locate and find their loved ones.

Movie Reviews

EXCELLENT

By luvnmickeymse
I am a Haitian American who was born and raised in Chicago. Although I have never met these guys, they are my brothers. You guys were not alone growing up. I was right there with you. Thank you so...

5 STARS AND 2 THUMBS UP.

By sonias
LAKAY is A MUST WATCH for all. You don't have to be Haitian or be born in Haiti to relate to the documentary. With all the destruction from the earthquake the people of Haiti never gave up hope or...

Great documentary about the human experience.

By aziab2358
A moving and intimate story about two brothers who go back to Haiti in search of their family after the 2010 earthquake. Powerful footage of the aftermath is woven into the brothers' story of what it...

A must see!

By milaure523
My girlfriend and I just watched the documentary entitled Lakay, a film following two brothers who fly to Haiti in search of family members after the devastating earthquake that hit the island in...

Inspiring and Touching Movie

By cqueen1999
I liked the film. It made me think. It made me feel a connection to my Haitian roots. While, the overall condition in Haiti seems overwhelming, it made me want to mobilize and just do "something"....

Powerful and so Real! A must see!

By pat543
This documentary touched me deeply because I was in Haiti a few days after the earthquake to provide assistance to friends in need and I can easily understand the intense mixture of emotions that...

A Movie With Heart and Soul

By adrafenstermaker931
From chilly Chi Town USA, two brothers embark on a journey to find their family after a powerful earthquake in Haiti leaves the locals in a state of emergency. With no clean water to drink, mass...

A must see!!

By donnaelarmale
Out of a national tragedy, a family is reunited after 28 years. This is a personal journey back to Haiti. The film makers demonstrate the the hope, determination and strength of the Haitian people....

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Rated NR | For Language, Thematic Material and Some Disturbing Images