A gregarious illegal immigrant (Prince Adu) selling knock-offs of designer apparel near the Flatiron Building in lower Manhattan is saddled with a toddler by his ex-girlfriend, who claims the boy is his son. Though less downbeat than Ramin Bahrani’s Man Push Cart, this gritty social-realist drama (2008) also details the loneliness of a transplanted foreigner in a subplot about the hustler’s Armenian-Lebanese boss (Karren Karagulian), whose marriage is as precarious as his business. The improvised dialogue tends toward repetition, but tiny Aiden Noesi carries his scenes with next to no lines. Sean Baker (Take Out) directed a script he cowrote with Darren Dean.