In early 1990s Los Angeles, a young introvert African-American child from a fragmented family yearns to bring his parents together. Setting out to find his estranged mother, he comes to discover the ugly truth of racial intolerance and the inherent dangers of naivety.- Written by Anonymous
South Central Los Angeles. Summer 1991. Preston Harris (Tyahn McCray), a young African-American child, struggles to come to terms with his mother's passing. While his father Derrick (Hassan Johnson; HBO's The Wire, Brooklyn's Finest) and older brother Redtop (Freddie Pee) are blind to his concerns, Preston sets out on a harrowing journey that has very real consequences. A day in the life of this inner-city child, Preston's journey of discovery and his eventual awakening paints a picture that serves to not only define his view of the world but his subsequent place within it.- Written by Anonymous
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