Classified clocks in at a little under fifteen minutes but it manages to be intriguing, disturbing, hopeful, and strange in that short amount of time. The story centers on a seemingly ordinary northern Harlem youth named Chris (played with commendable restraint and thoughtfulness by Terron Jones) who coolly contends with earthly needs that range from establishing a more functional bond with his incarcerated father to keeping his fridge stocked and feet covered by immaculate kicks. His ultra-balanced composure and uncomplicated outlook are challenged and ultimately altered, however, when he nonchalantly decides to address his privations by answering an unusually vague job listing. Sherman Payne's skillful writing and direction move this profound urban mini-drama forward with just enough Twilight Zone appeal sprinkled in to add extra dimension to already weighty themes. Click on the links and check it out, and be sure to support it when it hits a film festival near you.