Set in the 1960s South during racial tension, "A Taste of Us" is the surreal psychological drama about the Reverend Henry Lee Thomas, an African-American minister who tries to reunite with his dysfunctional family on Thanksgiving Day.

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Audrey Thomas
Regina Crisp ...
Yolanda Iverson
Justin Ipock ...
Harold Neil
Jasper Littlejohn ...
Charles Thomas
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Sara Lively
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Raymond Iverson
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Curtis Thomas
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Benjamin Thomas
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Dr. Walter Ellis (as Fred Thomas)
Bill Toliver
Camille Wyatt ...
Dorinda Thomas
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"A Taste of Us" is an urban television drama that envelops the viewer from start to finish. Set in the 1960s segregated South, a small town minister comes together with his dysfunctional family on Thanksgiving Day, where the main dish is not that of supper but of rising conflict among each other. The Reverend Henry Lee Thomas, a prominent community leader, is driven in ministry and counseling of his beloved church flock. Ironically the reverend fails to provide the same love and attention to his own family. Determined to keep the peace at the supper table, he comes to realize perhaps too late how important his family really means to him. In "A Taste of Us", viewers get a taste of this family's life, conflict and resolution. Written by Anonymous

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The 60's south. He too has a dream. One family. One last chance. See more »

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Drama | Short

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