It's not about what we see with our eyes, it's what we feel with our heart. One family suffers an unthinkable loss when they lose their daughter. The only bright light is their granddaughter. Another heartache occurs when the grandmother is killed in a tragic accident. Just when it seems that their hearts cannot break any further. The other grandmother decides that she wants the child. Where's the father in this mess? He's distant and disinterested. As a custody fight ensues, both sides want to find the dirt on the other. Further complicating the situation, one side wants to focus on color and the other wants to focus on Eloise. Both sides love the little girl but neither side can agree on a mutual agreement. When one of the parties takes things into his own hands, the stakes escalate. Ideally, they would realize it's not about black or white... It's about Eloise. Will they come together before it's to late? Or will Eloise be caught in an unnecessary dispute. This movie definitely pushes racial boundaries. The undertone and situations are not for everyone. Though it touches on a very real scenario, it's enraging at times. The story itself is based on actual events and is exceptionally told. Be prepared for an emotional ride.