Bess Roundtree is a addicted to crack cocaine. She is a new young mother and cannot seem to handle the task. She calls a friend of hers for a cab ride to an old church that she attended as a little girl. The cab driver is both annoyed and disgusted to have to do her this favor. Once she arrives at the church, she runs into her old deacon, whom she convinces to pray for her. A prayer for her to come back some day. The unsuspecting deacon enters into his office, which is when Bess places the young baby on the church steps. And just walks away. On the cab ride back, she argues and fights with Aaron, the cabdriver, who we discover has a special relationship with Bess. Things unfold to an interesting finale when Bess confronts her demons. Written by
Salvation can not be found in the streets.
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Pre-Production had many problems: original Cinematographer, Warren A. Painter shot only 2 weeks worth of footage (the film shot only on weekends) until he ran into some personal problems and left production. Warren loved the script so much that he lend all of his film equipment for Damian Bailey to shoot and complete the film. When the film was completed 8 months later, he gave the equipment back to Warren. See more