Caught up in the 1965 Watts Riots, Richard Kelly finds himself on probation in an all-white seminary. Kelly is torn between his civil rights duties, spiritual calling and the presidents agenda for his presence at the all-white school. Inspired by a true story, this movie doesn't shy away from the irony of racial prejudice and hatred within a Christian seminary.
Though the overall story was interesting, the plot moves somewhat slowly and ends uninspirationally. However, the movie's thought-provoking contrasts and issues of morality allows for a wholesome way to spend an evening!
Booksneeze.com provided me with this DVD for reviewing purposes.