Maxwell Stern is a freelance reporter who writes for the politics rag. Some of his stories are true, some - Not so much. After a prostitute is murdered who was a source for one Maxwell's ... See full summary »
Russ Washington is a successful businessman on top of the world. But when Addiction, secrets, and faulty relationships send him spiraling down the rabbit hole, will he continue to plummet or find the strength to carry on.
In a bar cafe in Boston, someone has been murdered in the bathroom and two cafe employees, Elliott and Gary, are so shocked that they leave and do a road trip, but the mysterious killer is now stalking them.
Mac Perkins (LEVY LEE SIMON) is in his Los Angeles throwback hideout, plotting to stop anti Obama sentiment from the far right and racist groups around the country. In the neighborhood where Mac Perkins is holed up, his only friend is an older woman named Millie, (MARLA GIBBS.) When his old ex revolutionary buddy, Jack Armstrong (JOHN MARSHALL JONES) whom he has not seen in over 10 years, finds him, Jack challenges Mac's political stance and his notion that there is a need for a, so called, revolution. The two men hash out political ideas and ideology as Jack attempts to make Mac see that his methods are archaic and his plans old fashion. During the dramatic and humorous interchange between these two old friends whose lives have taken much different paths, secrets are exposed about both men personally and politically that lead to a life and death confrontation. Written by
Levy Lee Simon