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In the midst of a muggy and racially charged summer, Sammy narrowly escapes falling victim to a band of urban hustlers. Still enraged from the ordeal, he days later enacts his vengeance, only to start his descent along a slippery slope of lies and deceit that will eventually entangle him with his only associate, the man he'd set out to kill. Although there are six degrees of separation in life, there are only three in death and two in murder. Having killed two people, including one innocent, Sammy is forced to work with his enemy against an ally. What is the price of living in relative isolation? What does it do to a man to have a best friend who is no more than a casual acquaintance forged in a client-patron relationship? And when the individual's independence is challenged by the circumstances of the world, how do we stop them from plunging to the depths of human behaviour just to exact revenge.