During a race riot in Beaumont, Texas in June 1943, Officer Miller Harvey, a white police officer is determined to protect and serve his city and family. Black business owner Carver Jefferson is hell-bent on taking his family far away from the city as racial hostility has led to the destruction of his home and business.
After curfew while Beaumont is under martial law, Harvey, another white officer and Jefferson’s worlds collide at a roadblock. Tensions explode on that hot summer night, forcing them to make decisions that will question their morals, loyalty and manhood.
Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival, Tryon International Film Festival, Montreal International Black Film Festival, Southern Screen Film Festival, Best Inspirational Short Film and Honorable Mention - Urban Film Festival, Best Drama - The Gulf Coast Film & Video Festival , First Place - Highway 61 Film Festival , Best Social Justice film - Lake Charles Film & Music Festival , Third Place , Short Film - Denton Black Film Festival - “Best Short Film Nominee” Pan African Film Festival, Best Short Film, Charlotte Black Film Festival, Best Short Drama - Canadian Diversity Film Festival, Best Short - DC Black Film Festival. Best Historical Fiction Short Film - American Filmatic Arts Awards.