An urban fable about people looking for colors... told entirely in black and white. In a city with 16 million eyes, a photographer, a filmmaker and an almost-doctor can't trust anything they see, but it's one wrong glance that might bind them tightly together.
Too often the only thing you see is everything you can't. Chris Parker is a photographer who's been slaving over his latest photos, pictures capturing the vibrant hues of the city that people are consistently ignoring. The problem is, even captured right there on film, he's still the only one who sees them. Everyone except Harris Kincaid, an obnoxious, loud, and very, very annoying man. And if those are the eyes are the only ones that see what Chris does, how is that a good thing? And what does any of this have to do with Julia Cartman on the other side of the city and the growing cost of medical malpractice insurance? The answer starts with one wrong glance - in a story about contradictions and perception; an urban fable about how people perceive color... in a story told entirely in black and white. Written by