The Streets Have No Queen
JaQuavis Coleman, Ellis Park
As a painter travels the world and creates his art, he also mourns the death of his Queen, his wife. He is secluded from the world and finds an escape through the drawings in his work. Not until he gets an unexpected knock at his door does his life take a drastic turn. The guest presents a problem that traps them inside of a home for seventy-two hours, and this quiet suburban estate becomes the devil’s playground. The painter is then thrown into a psychological game that has twists and turns, which leads to an unforeseeable last page. This thrilling, plot-twisting tale will change your views on storytelling forever.