Trace The Line
Part verité, part direct cinema, Trace The Line depicts the lives of two American artists during the tumultuous year of 2020. Asa, an African American poet, wrestles with the purpose of his life as a young Black man in a divided nation. Eva, a White painter, is confronted with her privilege in a society she no longer understands. Both artists struggle with the onset of the political upheaval, and social unrest — living in a state that has been ground zero for both.