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Triple Minority (2005)

Clair is a gay, black woman who wants to reconcile her relationship with her religious parents without compromising her identity.

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Amber Sharp

Writer:

Amber Sharp
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Cast

Credited cast:
Ruth Ricks Ruth Ricks ... Clair Collins
Kathleen Davison ... Rebecca Laws
Mark Berry Mark Berry ... Robert Collins
Selma Pinkard ... Debra Collins
Corliss Bennett Corliss Bennett ... Mrs. Lovejoy
Kalena Knox Kalena Knox ... Ms. Lovejoy
Rashawn Underdue ... Dominique
Avear Carey Avear Carey ... Agnus
Natasha M. Dyer Natasha M. Dyer ... Lynette (as Natasha Dyer)
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Vonyse Reeder ... Kemi Johnson
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Clair is a gay, black woman who wants to reconcile her relationship with her religious parents without compromising her identity.

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Gay. Black. Woman. Do you have the courage to love her?

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 August 2005 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Budget:

$15,000 (estimated)
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Color
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Writer/Director Amber Sharp is currently developing a television series 'Don't Go'. See more »

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Absolutely Amazing
30 April 2006 | by jlivingston8511See all my reviews

I attended the screening of Triple Minority at the Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. I sat in my seat crying one minute and laughing the next. The movie was written and performed so well. I hope that she makes this film into a feature. Nowadays in most movies they feel so empty and the only emotion you feel after leaving a theater is boredom. This film is a true film that has been executed well. The range of emotions you feel in fifteen minutes is unbelievable. Amber Sharp is an outstanding writer/director and I will be first in line for any other work she completes. This is an outstanding piece of work and I recommend everyone to go watch it.


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