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Shades of Brooklyn Vol. 1 (2008)

Volume 1 examines the theme of sexuality and our youth. Our story begins with Temporary Insanity, in which two working-class subway commuters find themselves disturbed by the rambunctious ... See full summary »

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Ephraim Benton ...
Lashaun
Ryan J. Council ...
Corey
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Imani
Rasu Jilani ...
Son 3
Eugene Jones III ...
Mike
Luffhansey Josa ...
Damario
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Gus
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Allison
Cleveland Sampson ...
Mr. Jacobs
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Lonny
Raymond 'Voodoo Ray' Ultarte ...
Ramone
Duane C. Wallace ...
Al
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Volume 1 examines the theme of sexuality and our youth. Our story begins with Temporary Insanity, in which two working-class subway commuters find themselves disturbed by the rambunctious and intrusive banter of a group of high school boys coming home from basketball practice. The boys become concerned when they realize that one of their members, Lashaun, is distant and withdrawn. Finally, as Lashaun is beginning to confide in his friends that he is questioning his own contradictory behavior, the two older commuters begin to find themselves interested in Lashaun's relatable story. Karma finds Gus, a 40-something-year-old homeowner, taking a break from doing some home repair, when he is interrupted by his dramatic neighbor, Lonny, who is seeking advice. Lonny, a 30-something-year-old father, begins to retell a conversation with his 6-year-old daughter where she asks him about sex. Lonny, clearly wanting to avoid the subject, neglects to give his daughter straight forward answers, and ... Written by Daoud Abeid & Dahkil Hausif

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$5,000 (estimated)
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