Illuminates the spectrum of black male humanity in America. An intimate, inter-generational exploration, the film strives for insight to black identity and opportunity at the nexus of sports, education and criminal justice.
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Kelly is a sassy young woman who loves performing and dreams of becoming a Hollywood star. Her devoted brother Brian, an actor himself, sets out to do everything he can to help make her dream a reality. As sometimes happens in close-knit relationships, jealousy and co-dependency threaten to break the siblings apart. Kelly’s Hollywood is a loving glimpse into a tender relationship.
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