Struggling to define her identity in a black-or-white world.
Nia is the daughter of a former black activist mother and white civil rights attorney father. She works
in an ad agency until she refuses to work on an account pitching cheap beer to black youth and quits.
Jobless, she signs up for a writing workshop and falls instantly for its leader, a charismatic black activist. Soon,
however, she finds herself chafing at his insistence that she adopt an all-African-American identity.
The film follows Nia on her journey struggling to define her identity in a black-or-white world.
The debut movie was written and directed by Alison Swan, a New York University
Film School graduate from Bermuda.