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In Search of the Black Knight (2013)

Not Rated | | Drama, Romance | 29 June 2013 (USA)
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A documentary that takes a humorous look into the complexities of African-American romantic relationships.


Tamarat Makonnen



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Credited cast:
Rick Irvin ... Business Thug
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jason Brye Jason Brye ... Shower Guy
Robin Calvert ... Willie Wallstreet
Avear Carey Avear Carey ... Herself
Shannon Chappell ... Mom with baby stroller
Akil DuPont Akil DuPont ... Himself
Onaje Gittens Onaje Gittens ... Sponsored Brother
Cinderella Graham ... Fantasy Girl
Monique Janae Harris Monique Janae Harris ... Zombie Girl
Eddington Howard Eddington Howard ... Shower Guy
Kelli Jordan ... College Student
Tia Jun Tia Jun ... Asian Girl
Dion Lack Dion Lack ... Boyfriend of Asian Girl
LeThomas Lee LeThomas Lee ... Boyfriend of Fantasy Girl
Micah Levi-Clark Micah Levi-Clark ... Prince


A documentary that takes a humorous look into the complexities of African-American romantic relationships.

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african american | dating | See All (2) »


Searching for love never felt so good!


Drama | Romance


Not Rated


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Release Date:

29 June 2013 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Atlanta, Georgia, USA See more »

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Filmwalker Productions See more »
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Smart, insightful, left me smiling
28 May 2015 | by CheckinEmOutSee all my reviews

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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