At a politically correct prep school in Washington DC two girls -one black, one white- go toe to toe. Jesse is a privileged but troubled white girl whose slutty tendencies pull her towards self-destructive behavior. Tosha is a fiercely determined African-American from Anacostia, one of DC's most impoverished areas. Both new seniors and star players on their school's lacrosse team, the two girls click despite their differences. Their fledgling friendship begins to falter when they discover their shared interest in Rashid, a dashing Lebanese deejay. Things unravel further when Tosha and Jesse have a shoving match on the lacrosse field and racist graffiti appears on Tosha's locker soon after. Jesse is expelled from school and spirals deeper into self-destructive behavior. Surprisingly, it is Tosha who comes to her rescue. Jesse then returns the favor by sacrificing her own well being for that of Tosha's. And so the two girls, once mired in mutual hatred, become each other's salvation.
Released in United States January 2009
Released in United States March 12, 2010
Released in United States September 2009
Released in United States Winter February 26, 2010
Shown at Urbanworld Film Festival (Feature Narrative) September 23-27, 2009.
Released in United States January 2009 (Shown at Sundance Film Festival (U.S. Dramatic Competition) January 15-25, 2009.)
Released in United States Winter February 26, 2010 (LA and Irvine)
Released in United States March 12, 2010 (Los Angeles)
Released in United States September 2009 (Shown at Urbanworld Film Festival (Feature Narrative) September 23-27, 2009.)