For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide

For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide

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Director: Oz Scott, Patricia Holt, Carol Maillard, Lynn Whitfield

Cast: Oz Scott, Patricia Holt, Carol Maillard, Lynn Whitfield

     
 

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Exploring the struggle of African American women in America, this poignant release from Kultar video feature Oscar nominee Alfre Woodard in a touching and memorable role. Presented in standard 1.33:1 full screen and featuring English Dolby Digital Stereo audio, this release is sure to touch viewers with it's heartfelt presentation of an oft neglected subject.

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Exploring the struggle of African American women in America, this poignant release from Kultar video feature Oscar nominee Alfre Woodard in a touching and memorable role. Presented in standard 1.33:1 full screen and featuring English Dolby Digital Stereo audio, this release is sure to touch viewers with it's heartfelt presentation of an oft neglected subject.

Product Details

Release Date:
05/14/2002
UPC:
0032031260795
Original Release:
1982
Rating:
NR
Source:
Kultur Video
Time:
1:20:00
Sales rank:
36,183

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[None specified]

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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Dark Phrases [4:48]
2. Graduation Nite [5:00]
3. Now I Love Somebody More Than... [4:24]
4. No Assistance [1:21]
5. Abortion Cycle #1 [3:02]
6. Sechita [4:39]
7. Toussaint [6:01]
8. One [7:01]
9. Pyramid [3:15]
10. I Used to Live in the World [3:08]
11. No More Love Poems #1 [2:56]
12. No More Love Poems #2 [1:56]
13. No More Love Poems #3 [:55]
14. No More Love Poems #4 [1:33]
15. Somebody Almost Walked Away Wid All My Stuff [6:54]
16. Sorry [3:24]
17. A Nite With Beau Willie Brown [10:05]
18. A Laying on of Hands [2:36]
19. Credits [3:53]

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For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Reading this incredible poem was beyond moving,but actually seeing it preformed by these incredible women made it a masterpiece!