Alvin Moseby is a photographer. He lives in the South during the 1930's. When times are tough we often do things for money we wish we hadn't. Alvin Moseby is paid by the Deputy Sheriff to take photographs of racist deeds which are made into postcards. He leaves his wife, flees the South and moves to New York City, where he finds his artistic calling taking pictures of legendary jazz musicians in sessions. But the infamous box of postcards follow his every step and haunt his every move, relentlessly attacking his soul. For information call (313) 868-1347.