A touching & nuanced lead performance by Jack Crory carries this simple story of a young man trying to put inspiration into action. Crory plays a remarkably normal young man, who in 2009 sits on a couch and watches President Obama give an impassioned plea before Congress for America to produce more college graduates. And, unlike most of us who experience a moment of inspiration, he actually tries to do something, deciding to offer up his services as a tutor to high school students preparing for the SAT's. But, dealing with his first student's apathy is an immediate soul-crushing challenge. At the first lesson, he sits patiently while his student talks on his cell-phone: "I got this stupid SAT thing I have to study for. I got, like, a tutor and stuff." When he implores his student to give a little effort, it's heartbreakingly sincere but perhaps futile. We rarely leave a tight close-up of the tutor and it's a smart choice because but there's more humanity & struggle in his face than the faces of 50 movie stars. Directed by Reid W. Connell.