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Tangles & Locks (2005)

"Tangles & Locks" follows four of the twenty-four salons in the "11th Annual Golden Scissors Awards." Tangles & Locks is quirky, poignant and relevant as the first documented TV venture into the world of the black hair-show phenomenon.

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Phil Paul Call
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Cast

Credited cast:
Glynn Jackson Glynn Jackson ... Himself
Belinda Arnett Belinda Arnett ... Herself
Titus Gaskins Titus Gaskins ... Himself
Roy Butler Roy Butler ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Shawn Michelle Cosby ... Herself
Patrice Green Patrice Green ... Herself
Dana Hall Dana Hall ... Herself
Lionell Lionell ... Himself
Russ Parr Russ Parr ... Himself
Marie Sabbat Marie Sabbat ... Herself
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A two-hour special that documents the unique history of fashion show-man, Glynn Jackson, a.k.a. "Fashion Jackson." Allowing us his "like-no-other," insight, Mr. Jackson takes us into his process of putting on one of the biggest black hair shows in America, "The Golden Scissors Awards." Written by Anonymous

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A Journey Into the Intricate World of a Black Hair Show...

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Documentary

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 January 2005 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Laurel, Maryland, USA See more »

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Dolby Digital (Western Electric Sound System)

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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A little too long
13 November 2006 | by cfglos111See all my reviews

A very original concept and usually entertaining, but at 2 hours it was a bit too long and repetitive. It could have come in at 90 min., or 100 min. at the most. Nonetheless, a good effort and I would watch it again (aired on TV One). It shows the ins and outs and ups and downs of being a small businessman/black entrepreneur, both from the salon and the promoter perspectives. It appeared that the documentary was filmed in 2002-03 but did not get released until 2005. Getting the financing for this film may be the subject of another interesting documentary! I also found it odd that some of the models gave attitude about how their hair was being styled, etc. Unless you are Naomi, Kate Moss, etc., I can't see that A MODEL should dictate his/her look. As the name suggests, your role is to model/show SOMEONE ELSE'S WORK. In all, a unique and enjoyable effort.


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