An anthology of short films about Cleveland by five different local directors and even more writers. As one might expect from such a project the results are uneven, and being a local makes it more enjoyable. Some of the acting is good, and some of the writing is very good. The most clever is about a couple in a library who never speak aloud and use the titles of books to communicate. The funniest was a couple of paramedics where the older was criticizing contemporary pop culture. The funniest line was when a couple of guys were were talking about Joe DiMaggio's record 56 game hitting streak which was stopped by the Indians. One said to the other, "Cleveland has a long history of crushing people's dreams." Very true, at least as far as sports are concerned.