This is a very low-key character study of a young African American man named Bo (Jacob Latimore) caring for his sister. He gave up a scholarship because he needed to make money after his parents died. Now, he performs magic on the street and deals drugs. He thought he's only be selling drugs for a short amount of time but now his dealer is including him on hold-ups and more dangerous work. In fact, he's forced to do something terrible one of his boss' competitors. There's also a love interest, Holly,a college student physically abused by her mother. We learn that he has some special abilities and can seemingly move objects with his mind. This has something to do with a weird mechanical implant he has in his arm. For the most part this ability doesn't help him in the real world. That is, until he figures out a way to use it to get out of his current predicament. It's a good pay-off in the end, though it leaves the movie wide open for a sequel.
SLEIGHT is one of the lowest-key "Superhero" movies to come around. But it's a good one. Recommended. Check out the interview I did with the actor in the interview section back in 2011.