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Rocky Road (2001)

PG-13 | | Drama, Romance | 14 February 2001 (USA)
A young interracial couple must overcome the prejudices of their families and society to maintain their relationship.

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John Johnson
Nicole A. Smith ...
Talia Jones
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Bill Johnson
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Michael Jones (as Bob Wisdom)
Natasha Pearce ...
Tina Jones
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Yvonne Jones
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Dwayne Jones
Daryl Dismond ...
Rodney (as Darryl Dismond)
James Locascio ...
Paul (as James T. Locascio)
Royce Herron ...
Jane Johnson
Michelle Mersereau ...
Victoria
Reshidatu Foster ...
Debbie
Nina Womack ...
Edwina
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Granddaddy James
Ravell Dameron ...
Grandma Edith
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A young interracial couple must overcome the prejudices of their families and society to maintain their relationship.

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They Came For Dinner. GUESS Who Won't Be Staying For Dessert? See more »

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Drama | Romance

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Rated PG-13 for violence and brief language
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$991, 23 September 2001, Limited Release

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$991, 23 September 2001
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great movie - smart and warm
15 November 2006 | by See all my reviews

I really loved this movie- especially the two sisters. Nicole Smith and Natasha Pearce were great. Where else can I see their work? Their dynamic was great-I have felt it myself.

This movie reminded me of "Something New" except that it tears down the white innocence in regards to race a la Shelby Steele. Brothers and sisters, you know what I mean.

I love the fact that it deals with some of these issues with warmth and love. I've watched this DVD 3 times and I keep seeing new things in it...

it isn't for everyone though. A few of my white friends got nasty about it...maybe it touched a nerve, Shelby. But we had some really good discussions...

I wish they'd make more movies like this one. I love seeing smart sistas.


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