Benny's a hipster, moving in and out of Manhattan's beat scene, aimless, maybe close to trouble. His sister Lelia, who looks less African-American than White, is vulnerable and about to fall in love. Hugh, their older brother, is a struggling singer whose agent, Rupert, may be the only person with faith in his talent. The story moves back and forth, like jazz, among the three of them and what seems at first to be separate lives. Lelia meets Tony, and lets herself hope this is true love. Then he meets Hugh and prejudice gives Tony an excuse to cut and run. Can family and friendship bring solace for her hurt, purpose for Benny, and belief in Hugh? Is life more than shadows? Written by
Did You Know?
During one of his regular acting workshop sessions, John Cassavetes
recognized in one particular improvised skit the premise for a potentially good film. Over several years he developed the plot in his workshops, employing many of his young students in his film. See more
I need the key for 042!
You can't get it, Elaine's not in.
Where is she?
She's dealing with the raccoons, man.
Written by Jack Ackerman
, Hunt Stevens and Eleanor Winters See more