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R | | Drama | 5 February 2005 (USA)
Joyce and James get married. James begins to abuse Joyce. Joyce leaves. James begs for her to return. She does and she lives to regret it.

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Joyce
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James
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The Father
Angela Cantu ...
The Mother
Keana Hall ...
Angela
Trey Murphy ...
Derrick
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Cliff
Malik Haines ...
Kid #1
Ahmon Taylor ...
Kid #2
Richard Byrd ...
Pastor Byrd (as Rev. Meri ka ra Byrd)
Tony T. ...
Drug Dealer
Steven Meeks ...
Man In Park
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Ivy Lindsey ...
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The movie began as a fictional story based on the harsh reality and cyclical effects that children of domestic abuse must face when they are raised in the midst of violence. Under the charge of Miller, it evolved into a thrilling journey with an unapologetic message. He visually creates a story and characters that keep audiences on the edge of their seats rooting for the heroine until the very end. Written by Christian Omari

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Joyce and James are a newlywed couple whose loving relationship rapidly disintegrates when James's extreme abusive nature is revealed. Will Joyce find the strength to end the cycle of domestic violence and break free of her husband's control?

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Drama

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R
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5 February 2005 (USA)  »

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$200,000 (estimated)
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1.66 : 1
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The voice over is done by the actress who plays the drug lookout. See more »

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