RED ALL OVER is a harsh observation on the reality of senseless gun violence and
the toll it takes on an urban community.
Fifteen year-old Red is a sad, lost child on his way to self-destruction. His hard-knock
life is a whirlwind of failure due impart to his neglectful parents Clay, Victor
Love (Native Son) and Pat, Donna Biscoe (Hidden Figures, Girl's Trip) battling their
own demons. He must also contend with “Big” Chris a school jock and relentless bully
who won’t back down. Red finds comfort in his older brother KJ (Slim Thug), his
only friend Rahjer, and the pages of his secret notebook, filled with thought-provoking
haiku's and significant views of Red’s poignant life.
Angel is one of Red’s peers in Ms. Neville's, Charmin Lee (Girlfriends, The Inspectors)
classroom at Stevenson High. Pretty and smart, Angel dates “Big” Chris, although
she disapproves of how he treats Red. Eventually the three students meet on a collision
course of disaster which takes the rest of their worlds on a wild ride of self-awareness,
betrayal, and overcoming adversity in the face of today’s hard-hitting gun violence
Red All Over is a stark observation into the other side of an often untold story.
Take a look at life through Red’s eyes, and what is seen will never be the same.