Although the ‘reel-real’ pun is one of the few jokes that sends Torontoist co-editor Sarah into a frenzied rage, the closing night of Amnesty International’s Reel Reality Film Fest makes the reediculous play-on-words worth the mention. Screening at Humber College today are two excellent Amnesty friendly films, Life and Debt and Stolen Childhood. Stephanie Black’s Life and Debt, in particular, is a hand-over-mouth, hyper-compelling look at the vicious circle created by North American free trade zones in Jamaica. For passes to Life and Debt at 3 p.m. today, email here. For passes to Stolen Childhood, email here.