One-liner: A Japanese-American high school student spars with his father while forging a close bond with two social outcasts — one of whom is bullied because he is gay, while the other claims she is being followed by a spirit. Synopsis: Akira is a high school transfer student with a deteriorating relationship with his father. When he arrives at his new school, he stumbles onto a classmate being bullied. His intervention triggers two new friendships — one with the victim Scott and the other with Elizabeth — the classmate who aids him after he is knocked out. Scott has a worse problem than the bullies — he has not come out at home yet. But Elizabeth may have an even bigger problem: she is a social pariah because she keeps acting as though someone or something is after her. Meanwhile, Akira’s home front situation is going from bad to worse.
A shy, comic book-obsessed young man finds an unlikely hero when forced to room with a cranky, older man in an assisted living facility.
On the outskirts of a utopian city where only perfect health and wholeness are accepted, a mute cripple and his autistic brother smuggle resources to an outcast community.
Homeless veteran discovers the abandoned train car he sleeps in is haunted by the spirit of a woman who passed away on her trip to a Japanese American WW2 interment camp. Part of the anthology film A Good Morning.
In search of protection and fellowship, Pedro a teenage latino graffiti writer is lured to join the notorious Vessel gang lead by his cousin Miguel and must undergo a final vicious initiation ritual.
Jane is a bright young woman who longs for, but always feared change. Following the sudden murder of her fiancé, she finds herself caught in a web of manipulation. The detective leading the case is Jane’s old friend, but Jane questions if he can bring justice to the case. When the facts surrounding the murder fail to match the explanations, Jane is forced to rely on herself.
Maria and Milo have always had a peculiar mother-son relationship that had never been questioned. That is until one day its limit is exercised. It is an examination of a tormented mother's attempt to reconcile her differences with her abusive son, and the broken relationships that one person can leave behind.
A couple days out of jail, Freddy is eager to show his new baby boy the ropes on how to be a man. But Freddy's Machismo ways get him into something he wasn't expecting.
After 30 years of employment, Joe retires from his job so that he can spend the rest of his time with the love of his life, Eva.