Inspired by true events, first-hand accounts and employing actual newsreel footage, this drama follows the aftermath of the Earthquakes that befell New Zealand's Christchurch between 2010 and 2011, telling a universal story of family, hope and triumph against the odds.
Runtime: 90 minutes
Hope and Wire - Politicians of The Wire - Netflix
The following are politicians, family members, and assistants administrating the politics of Baltimore on The Wire.
Hope and Wire - Damien Lavelle Price - Netflix
Played by: Donnell Rawlings Appears in: Season one: “One Arrest” and “Lessons”. Season five: “Not for Attribution” and “Took”. Damien Lavelle Price (also known as “Day Day”) is an aide to Senator Clay Davis. He is a convicted felon who appears unrefined on several occasions, casually contemplating a home burglary at a public gathering (and in the presence of Cedric Daniels), and stating things such as, “Y'all tryin' to 'criminate me” while on the witness stand in court. He acts as a bag man in collecting cash from drug organizations. Price is arrested with a bag of cash after making a pick-up from the Barksdale Organization in season 1 but is released without charge when Davis pressures Deputy Commissioner Ervin Burrell. Price reappears in Season 5 testifying as part of the case against Davis.
Hope and Wire - References - Netflix