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Rosa Lynn sends her druggie daughter Loretta and her children Thomas and Tracy away from the big city to live with their uncle Earl in the ancestral home in rural Mississippi. Earl puts Loretta to work in his restaurant, Just Chicken, while also telling them about the generations of their family, the Sinclairs, dating back to their time in slavery before the the Civil War. Written by
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When Thomas is going to shoot a picture of a deer, the door he exits out of springs back closed, but the shot before Annie goes out the door, it swings freely open as if there is no returning spring on it. See more »
I don't know how she's going to recognize me. She thinks somebody else is her own dead mother.
Oh, yeah? Maybe somethin' come back if she more of ya.
Dad, how many times we got to talk about this? I'm not moving back to Mississippi.
But your roots are here.
You taught me that my roots are here.
[pause, looks at the checkerboard]
Whose move is it? You always do this. Why do you always start talking and then you...
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Written by Stevie Wonder and Stephanie Andrews
Performed by Stevie Wonder
Published by Jobete Music Co. Inc., and Black Ball Music
c/o EMI April Music, Inc. (ASCAP)/Stone Diamond Music and Sawandi Music
c/o EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)
Stevie Wonder appears courtesy Motown Record Co., L.P. See more »
Although ignored at the box-office, this movie was beautiful. A must see by all black women. It was a movie that chronicled a woman's life that is similar to so many today. It shows how family is the foundation of happy lives. This movie was very moving for me. Not to mention the wonderful absence of profanity, sex and violence.
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