A group of African-American men take a Los Angeles-to-Washington bus trip so they can attend Minister Louis Farrakhan's Million Man March, and try to solve the problems of the world -- or at least their corner of it -- en route. The bus riders are a carefully constructed cross
section of African-American men -- gay, straight, biracial, Black Muslim, old, young, poor and priviledged -- and they're not characters so much as position statements. The drama depends on regular declarations about sex, politics, racial identity or some other hot-button topic, to which the rest
of the riders can react according to their boldly delineated opinions. But the cast tries to inje...