Growing up in Durham, North Carolina, white filmmaker Macky Alston never questioned why all of the other Alstons at his elementary school were black. Twenty-five years later, Alston decides to unravel this perplexity. This film is not only a provocative meditation on race in America, but also a poignant portrait of what it is that constitutes "family." 89 minutes.
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