A Sunday in the life of Derrick King, an Irish kid raised in South Central L.A. by a Black family. He talks Black, dresses Black, and thinks of himself as Black. It's a day of disasters: his mom kicks him out of the house, his uncle fires him, the woman he loves dismisses him as childish, the LAPD (wearing Confederate-flag shoulder patches) impounds his car and tosses him in the drunk tank, a mean dude is after him for money, he's imprisoned in a store basement by gay sadists, and he's shot at. Along the way, however, he shows kindness to a near-sighted kid, and those random acts may prove to be his salvation. Written by
He's a brother that pales by comparison.
Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for strong crude sexuality and language, and for violence and drug content
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Did You Know?
When the drug dealer hugs Derrick, he is alternately holding/not holding a gun between shots. See more
During the ending credits, the pimp gives his advice and opinions of the "Pimping Game." See more
References Family Matters