Exploding with issues of sexuality, trauma, and race, John G. Young’s romantic drama is a cautionary, contemporary tale about meeting strangers online.
takes it title the Jamaican patois and introduced Jimmy Brooks playing .
on smartphone and computer screens, following a family tragedy.
Brad (Anthony Rapp) and his African-American wife Marcia (De’Adre Aziza) in an unfortunate accident.
, Brad finds solace in an online romance with a , Yenny (Jimmy Brooks). He and the ebullient Yenny fall into a series of texts and video chats.
With but the dark-skinned who calls him Daddy, Brad pushes away the painful, of the dark-skinned child who .
Adds , “Young’s story poses , and one that grows more urgent as Brad grows obsessed with Yenny: Can , and one in which we know at least one party is lying, be a source of personal ”
In other words, ; gay, straight, single, parents, and online enthusiasts, more than just one thing in how they all work, or can wreak havoc, on their .
“ follows Brad O’Connor, who, after the death of his son, becomes entangled in a chaotic and Marcia seeking solace in destructive ways, their are pushed to the brink, culminating in tragic confrontations that .”
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