One of the great things about this movie was that interviews of the couples, and singles, were funny, natural, and rang true. I really loved seeing the couples talk like real people, not the caricatures we often are forced to see in so many venues. They struck me as the best interviews I remembered seeing in a light-hearted documentary, as well as the most true to Black life. The vibe was like a mix of Chris Rock's Good Hair and Morgan Spurlock's work - two things I really have enjoyed for their humor and intelligence. This movie now joins those in my "really enjoyed" category.
Another thing I really liked was that, unlike the production on a lot of independent films that are either poorly resourced or poorly shot and scored, it was pleasing to the eye and ear. I enjoyed just watching and listening to it outside of the topics covered, which only added to the experience. More films need to be done this way.
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