Director: Michael J. Larnell • US

A decade-old tragedy casts a dark shade over the drug-fueled wanderings of a young father, his troublemaking childhood pal, and his new (white) friend over the course of a single summer’s day in St. Louis. With its blend of black-and-white cinematography, documentary-style interviews, and day-in-the-life naturalism, this Spike Lee-produced dramedy presents a refreshingly candid and honest portrait of life in the hood.

Year: 2015
Language: English
Run Time: 86 Min.
Festival Program: U.S. Indies, Black Perspectives
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