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This has got to be one of the best documentaries I have seen to date. It is very entertaining and a nice rebuttal to Karrine's book. Thomas Gibson, the director, is clearly a black version of Michael Moore. The actors chosen for the film also did a great job of portraying the characters. One person who stands out to me in the film is "Suave". That guy needs his own television show. He kept it real all the way throughout the film. He seemed to have know Karrine and understood just what kind of person she really is. My other favorite person in the film was Ma Barker. She spoke on behalf of ladies everywhere when she broke it down about how Karrine really is versus how she likes to portray herself in the media. I wish Oprah would have Peter Spirer and Thomas Gibson on her show since she aired Karrine's side of the story just to keep things balanced and to show both sides of the coin.