Keith, a twenty-four-year-old newly released from prison and living with his dad under house arrest in Baltimore, is struggling to reestablish himself, within a community scarred by unemployment, neglect, and deeply entrenched segregation.
Keith (Lombardi), a small-time drug dealer under house arrest at the home of his father (Belushi) in Baltimore, re-enters a community scarred by unemployment, neglect and deeply entrenched segregation. There, he pushes back against his surrounding limitations as he tries to find a way out of his own internal prison.
Written by Alexander Epps and Daysia Hall
Performed by Al Great feat. Daysia Star
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It shoots hard in every direction and misses all angles just as hard, but i still feel that this director is going to be a real good one in time. kind of nietzschean illusion of grandness, trying so hard to intellectualise everything instead of focusing and sitting down and asking himself, what is this movies about, really, really really?
Sorry for my english. It is not my native language (from Sweden).
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