A rambling drama that purports to be a cutting-edge look at the infiltration of mainstream culture by hip-hop style and attitudes, and the ways in which black and white Americans look at each other across a thorny divide of prejudice and media-fueled
envy. Professional provocateur James Toback follows a loosely connected cast of characters, black and white: Rap entrepreneur Rich Bower (Oli "Power" Grant of Wu-Tang Clan) hopes to shed his criminal past; his new hangers-on include rebellious rich kid Charlie (Bijou Phillips) and her
thrill-seeking friends (they're in the middle of the sex scenes that have brought the film considerable notoriety). Rich's boyhood pal D...