Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 Reviews
Chicago Reader- Highly Recommended
"...It falls to actor Jazzma Pryor to deliver Smith's formidable script, morphing into utterly disparate characters with only a change in tone, posture, and maybe a hat or a scarf. The characters span race and gender. We hear from the Korean American shopkeeper who was sentenced to a $500 fine and probation after shooting Latasha Harlins, 15, who she thought was trying to boost a container of orange juice. We hear from the white editor of the Los Angeles Times. We hear from Rodney King's own family, in heartbreaking detail."