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4 October 2013 (USA) See more »
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Tristan, a reluctant new Scout is conflicted after witnessing a homicide. Will he follow the code the Streets or the code of the Scouts? Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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The son of an incarcerated father and a single mother in the inner city struggles with mature decisions as he is faced with peer pressure, violence, and trauma. See more (5 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Kameron J. Brown ... Kashef Harris
Kimani Coleman ... Triston Foster

Devin Druid ... Melvin
Malique Hawkins ... Aaron Jones
Terrell Donnell Sledge ... Slimman

Alexander Demah ... Officer Johnson (as Alex Demah)

King Hoey ... Cocoa Puffs

Jade Voight ... 8th Grade Girl

Erinn O'Sullivan ... Tisha's Friend
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ellias 'Illy' Liban ... Big Gook

Misan Akuya ... Josh
Alexander Aponte ... Ricco Rodiguez
Hunter Astrop ... Dominique

Bethany Barber ... Ms. Bones
Teal Barber ... Flex
Ivory Cade III ... Apple Jacks Winston
Natalie Chevonne ... Tee Tee
Asia Christmas ... Feature / Church Member
Toney Q. Cobb ... Mr. Harris
J. Ron Fleming ... Detective King

Tracey Lynn Frame ... Scout Parent
Marselis M. Hagwood ... Cap'N' Chrunch Winston
Abdullahi Ismail ... Abdu Ahmed
Lewis Johnson ... Deacon T
Antonio Perez Kemp ... Coach Martin
Andre LeDoux ... Store Clerk
Michael A. LeMelle ... TJ Foster

Lance Lemon ... Young boi

Vincent Ramirez ... Sharref Harris

Daphne Reid ... Principal Brown

Tim Reid ... Pastor Brown
Melody A. Tally ... Mrs. Foster
Isaac D. Watson ... Buddy

Directed by
Praheme 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Praheme 

Produced by
Rich Bell .... associate producer
Matt L. Lockhart .... co-producer
Praheme .... producer
Tim Reid .... producer
Joseph Earl Ricks .... executive producer
Patrick Ricks .... executive producer
Ken Roy .... producer
Rich Wills .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Dan Martinez 
 
Cinematography by
Matt Ryan 
Matt Ryan 
 
Film Editing by
Jim Ed Wills 
 
Production Design by
Faren Humes 
 
Art Direction by
Harrison Colby 
 
Set Decoration by
John Charles Thomas 
 
Costume Design by
Randy Rose 
 
Makeup Department
Shelley Illmensee .... key makeup artist
Heather Toler .... assistant makeup artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Gigi Curtain .... first assistant director
Gloriana Fonseca-Malavasi .... second assistant director
 
Sound Department
Joe Carabeo .... sound mixer
Son Duong .... boom operator
Andrew Uvarov .... re-recording mixer
 
Visual Effects by
Jim Ed Wills .... visual effects supervisor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Erik Brondum .... first assistant camera
Brian Diggs .... second assistant camera
Brian Gutierrez Aramayo .... second unit director of photography
Erika Gutierrez .... second unit assistant camera
Marcus Hyde .... still photographer
Brian Lyles .... grip
Jacob Pulliam .... key grip
Jim Ed Wills .... digital imaging technician
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Philip Wrencher .... set costumer
 
Editorial Department
John Walls .... assistant editor
 
Other crew
Hugh Jenkins .... production assistant
Chandra Tourtelot .... production coordinator
 

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105 min
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The son of an incarcerated father and a single mother in the inner city struggles with mature decisions as he is faced with peer pressure, violence, and trauma., 22 January 2014
Author: Amrit Sahni from United States

The writer/director did a fantastic job with this film. Born and raised in Richmond himself, he really brought out the crucial elements of the city, and particularly of Church Hill. Yes, the film is about an inner city black kid, but a viewer of any culture, age, or ethnicity will be able to relate to the themes of this story. That is what makes this film so beautiful. Triston's struggle is dark and dramatic at times, but balanced with light moments that will have you laughing. The plot is multi-layered, as it features the many obstacles of this young boy including his attempt to maintain his reputation in clashing social groups, his relationship with his incarcerated father and his hard- working mother,and a trauma that most children his age do not have to face. Definitely recommend it to any audience.

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