"All We Had" is a 70 minute documentary directed by Logan M. Futej. It paints the self-portrait of an American family, defying the boundaries of "The System". They were radicals, they were criminals, but they were always a family first. Told through the eyes of the mother and daughter we see the impact and tragedies that come from a lifestyle without restraint. With an extremely personal look at an individual's family history, "All We Had" follows a generation of crime, violence, corruption, and what it truly means to be a family.
A section of the documentary screened at Cannes Short Film Corner and the feature picture was in competition at Marbella International Film Festival in 2009.