Diary of a Tired Black Man

Diary of a Tired Black Man

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Cast: Jimmy Jean-Louis, Paula Lema, Natasha M. Dixon

     
 
Director/screenwriter Tim Alexander details the increasingly complex relationships between black men and women in this controversial comedy detailing one man's quest to find the perfect mate. James is a successful and single black man who longs to find love. The only problem is that every black woman James dates seems to have serious anger issues. Tired of all the

Overview

Director/screenwriter Tim Alexander details the increasingly complex relationships between black men and women in this controversial comedy detailing one man's quest to find the perfect mate. James is a successful and single black man who longs to find love. The only problem is that every black woman James dates seems to have serious anger issues. Tired of all the drama that goes along with dating black women, James makes the decision to begin dating outside of is own race. As James is about to find out, however, this decision comes with its own new, and entirely unique, set of problems.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/03/2009
UPC:
0876964001700
Original Release:
2006
Rating:
R
Source:
Magnolia
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Time:
1:48:00
Sales rank:
51,259

Special Features

Closed Caption; ; Optional Profanity Free Version (No Cursing) audio track; ; Extended Scenes - Over One Hour of Bonus Footage not seen in theatres!; ; Must hear Director's Commentary

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Diary of a Tired Black Man
1. 3 Minute Clip [5:53]
2. BBQ [8:55]
3. Linda [11:13]
4. Confession [13:48]
5. Learning [12:15]
6. Girlfriends [7:40]
7. Man's POV [6:34]
8. Wrong Way [11:16]
9. Last Supper [6:32]
10. Single Again [9:47]
11. Revisited [8:09]
12. End Credits [5:00]

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Diary of a Tired Black Man 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
TrickBaby202to215 More than 1 year ago
I am a 1/4 Black, 3/8 Indigenous American, 3/8 White woman who easily can pass for Sicilian and I am not at all angry at brothers-they actually have been a lot nicer to me than many sisters. I am sick and tired of Tyler Perry, Alice Walker, and Waiting to Exhale and all the bombardment of the message that brothers need to for some reason "atone" just because. Well, so do women of ALL cultures; but nobody has been able to or corageous enough to state that openly yet. This movie was refreshing, incredibly truthful, and yes; many women don't want to hear what it has to say but they sure NEED to. Men and black men in particular have been for the past 40 odd years the scapegoat and boogeyman for women (especially black women)-the truth is that they are not, and they go through a lot from women too. This movie not only tells that so well, it shows it too. It doesn't blame women for everything like some women mistakenly have claimed, but it does say step up to the plate and make better choices. Also, there are many good black men-but nobody even recognizes or values them. This film I would have given 6 stars to if I could have. It's time to end this 40 odd year old female fascism and hear out both sides of the story. That is the only way anything CAN change for the better.