A gay love story. A Korean-American college student falls in love with a black musician during the 1992 Los Angeles race riots. Their struggle to overcome the racism of family and the violence of the ghetto puts them both on a collision course with tragedy.
Synopsis:“Do you know why you never see a black and Asian couple together? Because blacks and Asians just don’t mix!” These are the racist words Tommy Choi, a gay Korean-American college student hears constantly. Especially after his family’s market is nearly destroyed by black looters in the 1992 Los Angeles race riots.
But Tommy can’t control his heart. He falls in love with Lamar, a talented black pianist living in the ghetto of Compton California. Tommy’s overbearing father suspects there’s more than just a friendship between the two and does everything in his power to stop it.
While attending Lamar’s birthday party, Tommy meets Lamar’s aunt, Clara, a blind woman gifted with the ability to see things before they happen. She tells Tommy that he and Lamar’s romance will end in tragedy and death.
Tommy realizes the only thing that can save him and Lamar is the strength of their love. But is that enough to stop the inevitable?