This movie is a based on a true story that I was not familiar with prior to ordering this for review purposes. I prefer "based on a true story" movies over fiction more often than not, and this was no exception. The storyline was a bit slow moving, but who says it has to be high speed to be good?
Set in 1965 following the Watts race riots, Richard Kelly finds that he is unable to take the job with the big computer company that he was so proud to get. Instead, he'll be spending "time" at an all white seminary as the only black student in their history. In the process he learns about reverse racism, forgiveness, consequences, perseverance and loyalty. To tell you anything else would give away too much, so let it be known that I enjoyed the movie and recommend it to all. It's an important life lesson learned.