Andre, who works in IT, feuds with his obnoxious white boss and his ex, with whom he shares custody. He thinks his drug-dealing brother is the only person he can really talk to, and as his life slides downhill, he shuts out everyone else who tries to help him, judging them solely by their flaws. Eldridge Valentine’s low-budget, made-in-Chicago video preaches a familiar lesson about taking responsibility, and the acting and pacing are a bit ragged. But the dialogue is believable, and the depiction of a largely isolated black community feels authentic. 80 min.