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Eleven-year-old orphan WOODY dreams of a better life - and his absent mother who may or may not be in North Carolina fighting drug addiction. He also reveres his uncle VINCENT as the father figure he never had. A street hustler and former drug dealer Vincent's fresh off an eight-year stint in prison and wants a new direction. When Vincent bypasses his nephew's school one day and offers to show Woody how a man handles his business Woody jumps at the opportunity to join his uncle on a field trip of life lessons. With a foreclosed warehouse property Vincent plans to open his own crab shack restaurant. However when he is denied a bank loan the legitimate way the temptations of Vincent's old life working for Baltimore crime boss MR. FISH return to haunt him. A day once bright with optimism quickly spirals downward into a world of violence. Coming of age all too fast by day's end Woody starts to doubt his hero and ultimately must decide where he stands.

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Director: Sheldon Candis
Producer: Common
Producer: Datari Turner
Producer: Derek Dudley
Producer: Gordon Bijelonic
Producer: James R. Rosenthal
Producer: Jason Michael Berman
Producer: Joel Newton
Producer: W. Michael Jenson
Actor: Michael Rainey
Actor: Jr.
Actor: Common
Actor: The Common
Actor: Michael Rainey Jr.
Actor: Charles S. Dutton
Actor: Dennis Haysbert
Actor: Danny Glover
Actor: Russell Hornsby
Actor: Brandon Jennings
Actor: Clark Johnson
Actor: Cyrus Jones
Actor: Grover Coulson
Actor: Haywood Armstrong
Actor: Joseph 'Joey Boy' Soremekun
Actor: Malcolm Berman
Actor: Michael Finley
Actor: Robin Frisby
Actor: Tracey N. Heggins
Actor: Meagan Good
Actor: Lonette McKee
Actor: Michael Kenneth Williams

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