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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    a commanding complex character study

    Freed from a North Carolina prison Leonard Furlow seeks to start anew far from the people he once harmed. He changes his identity to that of his late brother Levar Path and moves to New Jersey to become a minister.------------------ Everyone who knows Russell and Bevolyn Sykes assumes they are a happily loving married couple. However, they have major troubles as she tends to more than just look at other men and that threaten to destroy their relationship because he can be nasty. When Bevolyn meets Levar she finds herself attracted to the Minister. Only faith in the Lord and the love of Russell keeps her from breaking a Commandment. Levar struggles with temptation, but does not want to cause harm to a couple that have exchanged their vows in front of the Lord, but fearing a tragedy of sorts, wonders if he is doing the right thing especially by Bevolyn who seems to need more from him than just a tryst.---------------- GROWN AND SEXY is a commanding complex character study that enables the audience to see multiple perspectives on complicated often convoluted (not surprising people are involved) issues. The key cast members seem real as each scuffle with concerns that threatens to destroy their equilibrium. The ¿reborn-again¿ Levar is the center, who propels the solid story line forward. His relationships with his congregation make for a fabulous realistic tale.--------------- Harriet Klausner

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