In spite of said absence of message, there’s no absence of positive dynamic push here. Deidra (Ashleigh Murray) and Laney (Rachel Crow) are African-American adolescent sisters who have a harried existence. More established Deidra is prospective class valedictorian, and beside exceeding expectations academically she additionally has a sideline in pitching Good Homework to less mentally insightful cohorts.
This is especially valuable since the children live in a solitary parent home appropriate by the railroad tracks in an Idaho suburb, and the side of the tracks they’re on is the poorer one. One splendid evening their mother has an unexplained freakout in the parking area of the Good Buy store where she works, and her managers regard her a local fear based oppressor on capture, which means, in addition to other things, an entirely soak safeguard.