Michael Daye makes a promise to his dying friend to look out for his wife (Emily) and daughter (Amy) who are white. As fate would have it, Emily becomes incapacitated and Michael finds ...
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Michael Daye makes a promise to his dying friend to look out for his wife (Emily) and daughter (Amy) who are white. As fate would have it, Emily becomes incapacitated and Michael finds himself responsible for Amy's care. When Amy's relatives object because he's Black and his fiancée gives him an ultimatum. Will he honor his promise or cave to the pressures around him?Written by
Overall the concept was good, but I did not entirely feel the relationship between the characters "Micheal Day" and "Amy Daniels". Vincent's character of Micheal did a good job but he seemed a bit cold and I wasn't entirely convinced of their relationship. The actress who played Amy was cute as a button and I commend her on her first performance. Bravo. I wish there had been more character development and background on the relationships. The supporting cast did an equally good job along with the main characters. I see careers possibly being launched because of this.
Everyone did an awesome job and I would recommend it to other's. It was a good film with good bones.
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