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Contradictions of the Heart (2009)

A party chasing chick pounds on a restaurant door after closing. The closing manager opens it and the journey this encounter creates, places contradicting questions at the door step of race, friendship and sex.

Director:

Walter Allen Bennet Jr. (as Walter Allen Bennett Jr.)

Writers:

Walter Allen Bennet Jr. (as Walter Allen Bennett Jr.), Stephanie Covington | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Clifton Powell ... Damien
Wendy Raquel Robinson ... Kim
Vanessa Williams ... Lea
Christopher B. Duncan ... Michael
Michael DeLorenzo ... Diego
LisaRaye McCoy ... Kiki (as LisaRaye)
Molly Culver ... Jennifer
William Christian ... Ross
Nikki Crawford ... Patrice
Terrah Bennett Smith ... Tracy
Nicole Jackson Jones Nicole Jackson Jones ... Essie
Mike Dolan Mike Dolan ... Lester
Alisa Reyes ... Ellen
Marlon John Marlon John ... Mr. Four O'Clock
Remington Bennett Remington Bennett ... Maya
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A party chasing chick pounds on a restaurant door after closing. The closing manager opens it and the journey this encounter creates, places contradicting questions at the door step of race, friendship and sex.

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2009 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Contradictions See more »

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Color
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16 November 2009 | by birdy8589See all my reviews

Honestly I think the movie ought to be seen before it can be commented on. I mean the trailer is great and it's cast with a lot of familiar faces and well known names. But where and when is this movie being released so that it can be reviewed and commented on correctly. Even the trailer says that we don't have the whole story. And we can't get the whole story until we can see it @ a film festival, movie theater, or on DVD. It's not like the story isn't something that the general public can relate to. And I know plenty of people who live by the line from the trailer, "If they don't it didn't happen." That's my review for the trailer. But I'd still want to see the movie. A trailer will only tell you so much. I want the whole story.


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