Synopsis: BLACKOUT takes you inside the personal journey of what went down and what it was really like in Brooklyn, NY on August 14. It examines the nature of man to take advantage of his own fellow man outside of normal conditions, in times of weakness and vulnerability
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Jerry LaMothe
Production: Blackout Movie
  1 nomination.
95 min

Good Jesus!

-I know you must be proud.

-Oh, very much. Very much so.

-Well, I'm not gonna hold you up.

-All right.

I know you gotta go get your rest. Okay?

By the way, George. I got a leak coming

down from my ceiling in the bathroom.

Could you...

I'll be up there in half an hour.

Maybe just a little bit more. Okay?

-Thanks a lot.


-Good morning, ladies.


Did you hear that woman?

Bragging about her child,

like he's the only one

doing right or in college.

Did I tell you my son Trevor

got accepted to college, too?

Is he? But isn't he about 32?

So what? It ain't never too late.

Thank you.

Anyway, he's taking two night classes

-at Medgar Evers Community College.

-Good for him.


-Hey, babe, good morning.

Papi, I overslept.

You didn't wake me up.

Now I'm late for work.

Babe, you didn't come to bed

until almost 3:
00 this morning.

You looked so peaceful.

I didn't want to bother you.

Besides, I wanted to surprise you

with breakfast in bed.

But my boss is gonna kill me.

Babe, you can work from home.

You do it all the time.

-Hey, how do you want your eggs?

-No, thank you.


She done ruined my whole mack mood.

Oh, hey, Ma.

Hey, handsome.

How was your evening?

It was good.

You know, same old, same old.

Well, do you want me

to do something for you?

You want me to make you some tea

or something like that?

-Oh, could you?

-You know I got you.

You're getting ready for work?

Yeah. I'm gonna leave in about

Where is The View?

I like that Star Jones.

You going job-hunting today?

Well, I got a lot to do

in the house today.

I don't know yet.

Claudine, hold up.


You don't think I wanna find a job?

No one's saying

that you don't want to find a job.

Well, you think this is easy?

I haven't had a steady job in two years.

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