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Sylvia Lee
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Reverend Baker
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Kalfani
Trina Braxton ...
Dawn
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Shelly Lee (as Nicki Buggs)
Jean Carne ...
Nosey Church Lady 2
Markus Foster ...
Kyle
Barry Gibson ...
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Whitman Hester
Ladwanya Hunter ...
Newlywed Woman
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Byron Kramer ...
Governor Roberts
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Nosey Church Lady 1
Joan Lewis ...
Miss Trudy
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Sydney Lee (as Eva Pigford)
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Sydney's life is in tatters after a series of painful relationships and she is frustrated with the world. Thanks to a caring youth minister, she is able to reconnect to her faith in God and begins a journey of self-discovery that will restore her faith in humankind. Written by Tammy

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The Walk
15 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have to admit, in this small film, there were a few very talented unknown actors. I watched this film on BET and I enjoyed the chemistry between Eva, her sister Shelly (Nicky Buggs) as they bantered across the table and how Eva's sister was always there for her; much like my sister. My family and I were pretty upset when she died. Watching her made you want to see more of her. I also could relate to the chemistry between Eva's entire family as they held conversations between, her mother (Regina Belle) and father (L. Young) at the table; which is how my family pretty much interacts with each other. As a viewer I could see the difference between Eva and her sister in relation to the paths the two girls were taking whenever their parents spoke to them. This group of actors appeared to have a true relationship which gave the viewing audience the illusion of realty. I did not care for "Tech" at all. He was not a believable character although famous by-ways-of the Real World Show. He said "things" a young pastor/preacher would not say or offer. Needless to say, I thought he was terrible and unbelievable.

Over all, my family and I enjoyed the film. Looking at the date of creation, Eva made this film before she won America's Top Model. How cool! I had the chance to Google some of the names and to my surprise some of them have been on wonderful shows. My family and I are going to rent the other films and TV shows they worked.

Hopefully, I will see these actors again.

They are truly talented.


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