Two rival high schools are competing to win the grand prize in a local film festival. Their "war" escalates to racial bullying that has devastating effects on an innocent new student. Immature characters have their perspective broadened when they become aware of a community leader's humanitarian mission to assist a Syrian refugee amidst the crisis.
Did You Know?
This is the first feature film made by the HARA Motion Picture Conservatory. The majority of the actors and all but five of the crewmembers had never worked on a film before. Over a dozen scenes were based on improvisation or were improvised on the spot. The story was created by the students of the summer 2016 season of the Hara Motion Picture Conservatory. Both principal and the second unit photography took a total of 15 days to complete. See more