A moving and uplifting drama about the effects of interracial marriage in the 1960s. Friends since childhood, and loved by both families, this couple are exiled after their wedding and have... See full summary »
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Three months ago, Piper met Mollie online. And Mollie changed everything. Now a knock at the door. John Sharp. Mollie's brother. He was sent to talk Piper out of the thing's she's threatening. But neither may be who they claim to be.
The pressures of fame have superstar singer Noni on the edge, until she meets Kaz, a young cop who works to help her find the courage to develop her own voice and break free to become the artist she was meant to be.
Lead actress Nicole Beharie performs five original songs in the film. The songs are written by Scott Jacoby, Stefan Schaefer and Chris Silber, and produced by Jacoby. See more »
A man throws coffee dregs onto Niklas's stomach early in the movie, when he is wearing suit trousers, a vest and suit jacket. Later in the film we see the coffee stains on the front of his blue shirt. The stains are not blurs, as they would be if they had soaked through the vest -- they directly have been thrown at the uncovered shirt off-camera, to create the coffee stains we see on the shirt.
Note: this extreme trivia is necessary, because the film has such good continuity, I couldn't find any significant mistakes. Its geography, time & distances (airport, lower Manhattan, Gowanus Canal-Brooklyn) are extremely accurate. See more »
Composed by Billy White
Produced by Billy White
Courtesy of Meme Machine Music. See more »
I recorded this from the UP channel and though it wasn't in HD, I still found myself loving it and couldn't bring myself to delete it when done watching it as I usually do after watching something DVR-ed. I can't really figure out how to describe what I loved about it, but I think mostly it's the interesting culture clash and, as Niklas points out, the attraction between his left-brain temperament and her right-brain creativity. The dialog was so real, so honest, and I felt like a fly on the wall getting to watch a very real human connection develop over the few hours they had together - a connection that neither expected. They each learned a lot about themselves and each other because they were both very real and honest with each other more and more as the day went on. My primary criteria for liking a movie is whether I am given a reason to care about the characters, and this story did draw me in to caring for all the characters from the start.
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