A tape spins in recorder inside a studio. Lumidee and Shaggy stand by the microphone. As Shaggy records his part, Lumidee dances. The drummer puts on his headphones.
At Tricolor Restaurant and Pizzeria, Lumidee and her best friend laugh while they sit at a table. A young man stares at her while he wipes a table. She smiles as she looks back at him. He watches them get up from the table and leave. His boss tries to get his attention. However, he grabs a pizza and runs after her.
He sees her hug her best friend on the corner. He crosse the street and catches up with her. Walking past the street art, he introduces himself. They talk.
Lumidee and Shaggy sing on the stoop of her home.
She and the young man smile as they watch the kids in the neighborhood run towards the spraying water of a fire hydrant. The young man sits with her on the stoop and he feeds her a piece of pizza. She rests her head on his shoulder.
They continue to walk. Three fiftysomething men watch them from their table. One man fans himself. He kisses her a building. They sleep together at his place.
Lumidee makes a suggestion to the producer. She snaps her fingers as she listens to the music.
Lumidee and her boyfriend wait in line at the Tricolor Restaurant and Pizzeria. She cranes her neck as she looks to see if the young man is working. “Planning a heist?” her boyfriend teases. She gives him a nervous smile. There were two guys working by the counter. However, none of them looked familiar. Maybe he quit.
While they get seated at a table, the young man’s jaw drops. She curses under her breath. Her boyfriend asks her what’s wrong. She responds nothing. It wasn’t supposed to mean anything. However, seeing the young man, the guilt bubbles within her. He smacks his rag on the towel and goes back into the kitchen. She stares at the door, waiting. Her boyfriend nudges her and asks her what she would recommend.
While eating their pizza, she sees the young man and excuses herself. At the counter, she asks the young man to look at her. The young man shakes his head, saying they had something real. She apologizes and tells him it was such a great night. Turning it into a relationship would’ve ruined it. He says it doesn’t make any sense and walks to the next table.
She returns back to her boyfriend and picks at her food. Her boyfriend asks for a check. They say nothing on the ride home together.
Director: N/A Year: 2007