Adapted from a 1996 stage play by acclaimed Scottish-born, Nigerian-raised playwright David Greig, Matt Tauber's directing debut is well intentioned but schematic. Greig is an issue-driven writer, and the issue here is the gulf between good intentions and good results as seen through the prism of urban public housing. Successful architect Leo Waters (Anthony LaPaglia) lives with his family on Chicago's suburban North Side. Single mother Tonya Neeley (Viola Davis) raised her family in the crime-ridden Eden Court Homes on the South Side, a project Leo designed as a young idealist enthralled to Le Corbusier's notion of the house as "a machine for living in." Tonya is sp...