Since closing the door to a violent past, quiet and thoughtful Moses Stanton everyday existence is running a small neighborhood store, and watching over his daughter who doesn't know he ... See full summary »

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Carmen Madden

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Carmen Madden
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Credited cast:
Ahku ... Darcy's Driver
Afi Ayanna Afi Ayanna ... Claire
Chris Ayles ... William / Banker
Henry Brown ... Moses
Crystal Bush ... Nurse
Marion Christian Marion Christian ... Store Bodyguard
Marjorie Crump-Shears ... Mary / Grandmother (as Marjorie Shears)
Ronald Gardner Ronald Gardner ... Officer 2
Ed Gilles III Ed Gilles III ... Darcy
Karleen Griffin ... Prostitute
Jahkahn Bayshore Gulley Jahkahn Bayshore Gulley ... Delivery Kid
Dave Hall Dave Hall ... Gang Member
Omari Hardwick ... Malik
Daryl Anthony Harper ... The Preacher
Corey Jackson ... Sonny
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Since closing the door to a violent past, quiet and thoughtful Moses Stanton everyday existence is running a small neighborhood store, and watching over his daughter who doesn't know he exists. When a young man, Malik, comes in claiming to be a black Muslim that is doing good for the neighborhood, Moses takes him on as a partner but soon realizes that Malik is nothing but a drug dealer seeking to destroy the neighborhood and Moses's daughter. Therefore, Moses must become the man he used to be in order to save his beloved neighborhood and his daughter. Written by Carmen Madden

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Action | Drama

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Rated R for language and some violence

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A Real Life Experience
27 July 2011 | by genoshaykSee all my reviews

This was a view of Oakaland, CA. as a day in the life.

This was not your everyday move, no matter what the title stands for. This was a story being brought to life from the view of the streets. The writer has written a story that is like breathing, staying in pace with what is real, what is life. There is detail, background, and timing that makes all the difference in Everyday Black Man. The visuals don't give you a false sense of a dirty community, but real life streets in Oakland. She has caught the feel, respect, & disrespect that is given and taken everyday.

Everyday Black Man is a touch of survival, caught in the movies.


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English

Release Date:

30 January 2010 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Oakland, California, USA

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$10,000,000 (estimated)
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CLM Productions See more »
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