Toot's and Blow's | Chicago Reader

Toot's and Blow's

Chatham and Avalon Park provide an effective backdrop for this 2004 indie drama by writer-director Deri Tyton. A single mother (Jaye Mitchell) who's just finished a prison term for drug dealing hits the streets again to support her young son, but her plans are complicated by the boy's strung-out father, two crooked detectives, and a struggling poet (Jayson Smith) who's smitten with her. The energetic camerawork can't compensate for the dodgy sound, and the happy ending isn't entirely believable, but these are minor flaws beside the discovery of Mitchell, a strong and appealing actress. 100 min.


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