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Nappily Ever After (2018)

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Violet Jones tired of waiting for her longtime boyfriend to propose, breaks up with him. But old feelings, and heaps of jealousy, no doubt, arise when he promptly begins dating another woman.

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Haifaa Al-Mansour
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Sanaa Lathan ... Violet
Ricky Whittle ... Clint
Lyriq Bent ... Will
Lynn Whitfield ... Pauletta
Ernie Hudson ... Richard
Daria Johns ... Zoe
Camille Guaty ... Wendy
Brittany S. Hall ... Natasha
Terry Serpico ... Bill
Jen Harper ... Aunt Yvette
Danielle Lyn ... Alicia
George Wallace ... Driver
John Salley ... Tyson Edwards
RonReaco Lee ... Gerard
Bo Yokely ... Chris
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Storyline

Violet Jones (Lathan) doesn't realize it at first but she's dismayed by her superficial, "perfect" life. She has everything she thought she'd need - a successful career, friends and a boyfriend who is a handsome doctor (Whittle). When her fairy tale begins to unravel, so does she. This movie shows what a beautiful, smart, successful woman can do when she starts to look inward instead of outward! Written by Kim Poulton

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Let yourself grow.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 September 2018 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Nappily Ever After See more »

Filming Locations:

Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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2.35 : 1
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Sanaa Lathan cut her hair off in real life during filming. See more »

Soundtracks

Lose Yourself To The Groove
Written by Dee Rhodes and Oli J Shaheer
Performed by The APX
Courtesy of Clint Music Publishing
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Black Hair Matters
21 September 2018 | by alexwebb32See all my reviews

Someone else questioned how they could make a movie about a woman's hair. Well, they didn't. This movie isn't about one woman's hair. This movie is about black women's hair, and what it's like for black women to live in a world where they're stigmatized because of their hair. Where they're considered unprofessional and uncivilized if they don't straighten it.

I guess you have to actually be a black woman to relate to this film. But you shouldn't have to be a black woman to be able to empathize with black women. When the world is the way it is, we need movies like this. Black women need movies like this. Black women deserve movies like this.

Also, you know, it's a sweet and heartwarming movie, it goes places and doesn't end the way you think. I liked it.


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