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Things Never Said (2013)

R | | Drama | 6 September 2013 (USA)
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An aspiring poet in a troubled marriage sparks with a new man who helps her find her artistic voice.

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Charles Murray

Writer:

Charles Murray
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Credited cast:
Shanola Hampton ... Kalindra Stepney
Elimu Nelson ... Ronnie
Omari Hardwick ... Curtis Jackson
Tamala Jones ... Daphne
Michael Beach ... Will Jackson
Dorian Missick ... Steve
Anika C. McFall Anika C. McFall ... Natalie
Charlayne Woodard ... Charlotte
Tom Wright ... Daniel
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rico E. Anderson ... Louis
Darian Dauchan ... Earl
Rebecca Davis ... Additional Voices (voice)
Liz Femi ... Young Kalpurnia (as Liz Femi Wilson)
Russell Ferguson ... Bennie
Yorke Fryer ... Pedey
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Storyline

KALINDRA STEPNEY (Kal) is an emerging spoken-word poetess, someone who willingly speaks her thoughts, but she's an artist who has yet to find her voice. A native of California, Kal has dreams of taking her poems to New York and the infamous Nuyorican stage. Haunted by a miscarriage and saddled with RONNIE, a husband who's angry and without direction - he uses his fists as a form of speech, Kal tries desperately to find an outlet for her struggling voice. Written by Anonymous

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spoken word | self worth | poetry | See All (3) »

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Drama

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for pervasive language and some sexual content
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I'm Ready
Written by Zana Messia
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STRONG writing; STRONG acting; Daring in truth
4 October 2013 | by Ladie_K-393-582343See all my reviews

This movie was soooooo good it's not even funny. Without spoiling anything, I will say they dare to rip the band-aid off of uncomfortable truths that have been implicated/intimated in the majority of storytelling in films of the past. You get that here and there, but to have the band-aids off of so many layers of systematic problems throughout the entire film- from beginning to end surprisingly- was so different and refreshing. Heck, I didn't know that my spirit sort of needed it. To have these issues, these complications, these lows but also the highs portrayed so well by such strong actors made it so easy to get lost in the story and connecting on some level to each character-- even the really bad one. ;-) The production, in its rawness, was spectacular. The editing was purposeful. Very well done.

My goodness. This movie left me breathless and wanting absolutely nothing for I was truly full. A MUST GO SEE! The main criticism that I have for it is that it's not in more theaters. This is a movie that should be shared with a much broader audience. I hope it's picked up and put in more theaters so I can talk about it with more friends and family across the country! lol This could be a hit for sure!


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Language:

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6 September 2013 (USA) See more »

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