Troy Alexander returns to her roots, to pass the bar and start her own practice. Although, her love of the law takes a back seat to her young son, Jordan. It provides an escape from realities. She's content and love is a distraction, until her friends stumble upon Malik Bond, a teacher. Sparks fly and life seems perfect... Then circumstances bring her plans to a halt.
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Not sure where the disconnect was but something was off about this movie . Not sure if it was poorly written, the actors suck, the director didn't really have a good vision or if most if it ended up on the cutting room floor but whatever it was it took what should have been a great movie with a lot of depth and made it one dimensional, predictable and left a lot plot holes/questions. I just felt cheated cause I can see the potential for a great movie but whatever it was it made the statement "one bad apple doesn't spoil the whole bunch" a lie.
Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2016
What a wonderful enchanting film that resonates with the power of not giving up, going through adversity, and truly finding the ability to move forward in life despite the obstacles that stand your way. Director Conner really emphasized a real personal and empathetic touch to this film, with a cast that cared to be in the film, with a message that really hits home. Great film. Would recommend
Good story. Yay for having Black people in real regular relationship scenarios not overacting or being trashy. Decent movie. I appreciate it. And it was nice seeing a familiar face from The Cosby Show and A Different World.
This was a nice message on forgiveness and about women staying on top of their health early detection for breast cancer. I like the fact that her mother played by Thea Camera (Chicago Actress to watch) started paying attention to her daughter and their relationship was repaired. Good message.