A Milk Crate Films original production. This full-length documentary plunges into the life of novelist Raymond Andrews, a man who rose from the abject poverty of Jim-Crow segregation to publish three novels, as well as other books. His story would seem implausible if not mirrored (and perhaps eclipsed by) the achievements of his brother, the visual artist Benny Andrews. The relationship between the two fuels achievement even as it tests family bonds, compelling each of the artists to create an individual set of parameters for what he will call "success."
Originally airing on Georgia Public Broadcasting in 2010.
Nominated for a 2011 Emmy by NATAS Southeast.