2015, USA, Director: Kevin Maxwell, Producers: Cristiano Cardoso, David Field, Christopher Roja, and Juan Felipe Zuleta; 22 min.

The year is 1966 and Cora is an African American woman living in Memphis, Tennessee. To support her son and gambling addicted husband, Cora owns and operates “Cora’s Place”, a “Colored Only” diner. When an act of kindness results in violence, Cora learns that sometimes living free means letting go.

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