Less a drama than an anti-gang public-service announcement, co-director/screenwriters Po Johns and Howard Gibson's polemic decries inner city violence with the vehemence of a street preacher. A Washington D.C. hoodlum named D-Mo (Daemon Moore) entices his former friend, Drama (Jeff Edward), back into a life of crime that could net repeat-offender Drama a 20-year strect in jail. Drama's probation officer has pulled some strings and Drama has the chance
to go straight; he initially resists D-Mo's claim that there's easy money to be made in the drug trade. D-Mo misrepresents himself as a big-time dealer named Kenny (Bryce), and moves up the criminal food chain, bringin...