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Simply Untitled (2004)

 -  Drama | Short  -  12 March 2004 (USA)
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Two sisters, both creative. Only one may survive when the obstacles of life challenge them in ways they never expected.

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Credited cast:
Nikia Kali ...
Dylisha
Danielle Irvin ...
Muna
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Roland
Lloyd Morgan ...
Paris
Keisha Hutchins ...
Spirit
Brian L. Jones ...
Lamar
Jill Encarnacion ...
Asian Beauty
Scott Van Thorn ...
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Courtney McFadden ...
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Ty Singleton ...
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Two sisters, both creative. Only one may survive when the obstacles of life challenge them in ways they never expected.

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Sometimes Art Imitates Life

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Drama | Short

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All the artwork in the film was created by the film's executive producer, the late Brian L. Jones. The "Untitled" picture at the end of the film was created by Jones, but he gave Nikia Kali credit because she adds the very last part of the painting live on camera at the end of the film. See more »

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Great one by Robert X. Golphin
1 September 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Simply Untitled is the story of a beautiful young artist trying to expand her horizons through art. Through greatness comes a price. While trying to excel, she's faced with neglecting her drug abusing sister, her dead end relationship, and a subliminal love interest with her best friend. All in all, the movie was well put together and cinematically artistic. The choice of music was perfect for the scenarios in the film and the acting was believable. A lot of drama shorts tend to drag, but Simply Untitled gets more intense as the movie progresses. The strongest point of the film is the realistic situations the characters are put in that even a child could relate too. A must see for aspiring filmmakers. This is Robert X. Golphin's best film yet.


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