Every once in a while a truly special discovery is made. This film, for instance, was nearly lost to film history. The director died soon after production, the film sat in a vault for decades. Had it not been discovered in 2014 and subsequently restored, we would be deprived of this singular vision. It is an independent film made in Louisiana—a love story of two young Black people that is imbued with more cross-cultural context than we are accustomed to seeing in films. It is also a joyous celebration of rural life and traditions. A magical film.