It's election evening and Henry Louis Davis II waits for the consequences which could make him the 1st African-American president of the United States...the very unlikely aim he had held because the day Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was once shot...back whilst he shared his desires with the affection of his teenage lifestyles as they promised one another it'd be for "always."
The years have taken Henry alongside a course packed with highs and lows. His spouse, Leslie, is his lover and ally, a lady to whom he has pledged himself for constantly. His in the past love, Cheryl, is the mum of a grown daughter...with a craving for the single guy whom she has enjoyed for consistently. Now 3 humans face an old evening alone--each recalling the desires of the day past and the guarantees of day after today that would convey them to a love intended to final for...
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