In his first work since The Plane Story, Kevin Sacco brings us a
wordless Civil Rights-era tale of a young boy with a complicated family life who
accompanies his family's domestic - Josephine - from his Upper West Side
comforts to her neighborhood haunts in Harlem. This journey subtly imbues the
boy with a world view as full of blacks, whites and grays as the story's art. At
the heart of this narrative is the bond the boy shares with Josephine - until a
sinister plot twist casts a dark shadow on their relationship.