Life of a King

Synopsis: Ex-felon, Eugene Brown, establishes a Chess Club for inner city teenagers in Washington, D.C.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Jake Goldberger
Production: Millenium Entertainment
  1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
100 min

I know how to handle

them pretty good.

Well, when would you

be able to start?


Well, well, well.

My brother, my brother.


Look at you.

Look at you.

Just living the good life.


So, you're out now.

I'm out.

Look, I just wanted to say, okay...

Perry, let's let the past

stay in the past, all right?

You're not even going to give me a

chance to say what I was going to say?

If you need anything,

anything, okay?

A job,

a lady,

I want you to give me a call,

all right?

The way I'm living now,

what I got now,

I owe you that.

Here's my number.

Don't be afraid to use it.

Hey, boys, you're looking

at a living legend.

One of the last true soldiers.

I used to run behind him.

They don't get it.

They ain't like us, Gene.

They don't appreciate.

Hey, I want you to call me,

all right?

Let's go.

What's going on here?

What is this?

Why you looking at me?

Why are you even in detention, Cliff?

Why do you even bother showing

up here if you don't give a damn

about anything, least of all,

your future at Maud Alton?

You're tripping, Ms. Gadbaw.

Why do you think

I'm up in here, huh?

These my best customers.

I want you both in Princi...





Hey, did I tell you I saw Katrina?

My baby's going to be a lawyer.

Oh, yeah?


Yes, sir.


She was always bright, that one.

Got that right.

How about Marco?

Excuse me.

Now, what exactly happened in here?

What are you talking

about, Ms. King?

I mean, where did Ms. Gadbaw go?

She won't be here for

the rest of the day.

Does that mean we get to be out

for the rest of the day, too?

No, that doesn't, T.

Now I'm going to find

a replacement monitor.

Each of you will act responsibly

while I do so.

Is that clear?

Ms. King.

Have a good day, now.

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