Writer-director Jordan Walker-Pearlman's talky family drama parses the complicated relations of the Huntington-based Boxer family. A brief prologue set in the early 1950s establishes the forbidden relationship between Carmel Boxer (Gabrielle Union) and Bear Korngold (Daniel Bess): He's white, she's African-American, and Alabama is aggressively segregated. Carmel's little brother, Helms (Tre Rogers), keeps watch when they meet secretly, but she defies convention to see Bear off at the train station after he's drafted. An ugly, racially motivated scuffle ensues, and the incident drives a wedge between them. Nevertheless, they remain in close touch, each pining for the ...