Priest (Ron O'Neal, Original Gangstas, Super Fly T.N.T.) is a prince of the streets, a charismatic businessman who wants out of cocaine dealing. But a mysterious kingpin doesn't want Priest to change his ways. And that triggers murder, revenge and double-crosses that push Priest into a corner—and heat the neighborhood to flashpoint. Super Fly is one of the more enduring streetwise films of the 1970s era, due to the dynamic central performance of O’Neal, the sizzling score by Curtis Mayfield and the gritty direction of the late Gordon Parks, Jr. (Three the Hard Way, Aaron Loves Angela).