1962 Alabama. A changing world view visits a small town diner when one day three black students attempt to desegregate the whites only lunch counter. The diner's waitress must decide if she...
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1962 Alabama. A changing world view visits a small town diner when one day three black students attempt to desegregate the whites only lunch counter. The diner's waitress must decide if she will follow the local law of segregation or help the students while members of the town watch her every move.Written by
Opening song "Loretta" was written and performed by Lauren's brother, Jonathan Wagner. See more »
Lauren took a wee bit of time and created a powerful statement. Standing up for what you believe in takes more than just guts and bravery. It takes a strong will and lots of heart along with knowledge that what your doing is not just something to do, but rather something that must be done!
Every time I watch this short, and yes I've seen it more them once, I get chills up and down my arms and at the same time, I tend to be ashamed about what went on during that period of time.
The use of the contrasting whiteness of the milk against the darkness of skin just add a super effect in the black and white scene.
I'm ready to go a see it again!
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