Rabbit Summer, a tragicomedy, examines the fracture point of a friendship and a marriage. There’s Ruby and her husband Wilson, who idealizes his manhood, his marriage and his job as a cop. He smiles through pain Ruby wishes he would share. Ruby’s childhood friend, Claire, joins the household after her husband is shot by a white officer, pitting black against blue, gun rights against police brutality, manhood against fatherhood, and love against need. The trio battle individually to live their personal truths in an America built on lies.