This short film considers the cultural significance of the song “Before I Let Go” by Frankie Beverly & Maze. Guided by music and spoken word, the film presents a series of archival photographs and home movie excerpts exploring the interiors of Black homes—as a site for joy, love, and tenderness. My process for creating this film involved researching 23 digital archives and gathering more than 250 home movies and photographs. The final video presents 32 photographs and 86 home movies clips, which I curated into a final sequence in order to enhance meanings provided by the audio.