I Am Not Your Negro envisions the book James Baldwin never finished, a radical narration about race in America.
In a rural New York community — where peace and beauty are an illusions — two families make sense of the tragedies they face.
In this rural New York community, peace and beauty are only an illusion. Two families hauntingly reveal the good and awful truths of their lives, as they try to make sense of the stress, strain, and tragedies they face. Cayutaville is a place people would assume embodies traditional truths and values — but in actual fact it aches with the complexities of today.