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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jane Titus ...
White Woman Watching TV
Father in V.O. / Building Doorman / Male on Telephone
Peter James Elias ...
Male Soap Announcer / Death / Male on Telephone / Black Woman Announcer (as Peter J. Elias)
Jai Sada ...
Kimberly N. Cooper ...
Black Woman
Tanya Everett ...
Park Woman #1 / Basic Ho
Crystal Williamson ...
Park Woman #2 / Mammy (as Crystal A. Williamson)
Randy Lee ...
Young Mother
Spencer Hall ...
Kid #1
Tyler Hall ...
Kid #2
Justin Hall ...
Kid #3
Corey Corey ...
Black Store Patron
Coffee Shop Owner
Michelle Slonim ...
Ms. Jameson

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"Black Woman" is a humorous social satire that looks to entertain and ponder the subtle abuse and disrespect Black Women go through on a day to day basis. The film features a black Super-Heroine, who "saves the day" each and every time a situation goes bad. An entrepreneur sees the value in her fortitude and markets her services by making available the black super heroine to help customers cope with everyday pressures and to validate their lives. Written by Joyia D. Bradley

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For the first time in history, We Got Yo Back Services, Inc. is extending a special offer to you, whereby, you too can own your own personal black woman to help you cope with everyday pressures or to validate your life.







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13 December 2007 (USA)  »

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Soap Opera Theme
By General Miggs
Additional "Keys Cheese" by Terrah Schroll
Copyright Confetti House Records 2007, all rights reserved
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An funny, intelligent short that hides an painful problem behind a smirk and a wink.
4 February 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Joyia Bradley's short humorously examines the lack of respect given to black women by the world ,regardless of the hardships they've suffered. Avenged by the beautiful and funny heroine known as Black Woman! Black Woman deals with those who disrespect with a serving of major attitude.

The short has a Robert Townsend /Hollywood Shuffle vibe,but with more female focus which is great. Yes, its a little rough and some of the humor is off timing wise , but you can see the faith the cast and crew has in the project. The cast of unknowns put a lot of energy into the short and are deserving of praise . What you see here is fertile ground in which a really good film could grow! It would be very interesting to see this idea fleshed out with a larger budget and maybe a comedy writer assisting Ms. Bradley. On the technical side Tawania Pettus's cinematography was tight, always centered and I felt in the middle of every scene. Again, with a bigger budget the end result could've been even more polished than it is now. I would be very interested in what both women will be doing in the future!

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