Documentary filmmaker Rodney Evans (THE UNVEILING) makes an exciting feature debut with this ambitious and surprisingly complex drama about race, sexuality and the question of making art on a culture's margins. Sound intense? It is, but it's also funny, sexy and very cleverly done. African-American painter Perry Williams (SHE HATE ME's Anthony Mackie) has been living on his own ever since his father caught him in the arms of another man and threw them both out of his Queens house. Now a student at Columbia University who's about to make his Soho group-show debut, Perry spends whatever free time he has working at a Harlem homeless shelter, hanging out with his childho...