Support Brown Films: "In The Morning" by Nefertite Nguvu

My purpose of starting this blog was because I was so disappointed in the lack of true diversity and diverse relationships in the media. When brown people are displayed in the media, it is rarely in a positive light and is usually based on stereotypes. Therefore, I have recently turned to indie films and have been pleasantly surprised at the representation that I have seen. Check out the trailer for the upcoming film, "In The Morning" below:



In The Morning is about love and its inevitable change/decline. It charts the emotional anatomy of several relationships over the course of one day. Permutations of passion, sorrow, joy and brutal honesty fuel the lives of a group of inter-connected New Yorkers. Friends: Harper, Ravi, Fez, Bly and Amara, gather to bid farewell to one of their own moving abroad, and debate the compromise and loss of their youthful ideals about marriage, fidelity, life and love. Two lovers: Malik and Cadence, meet to ceremoniously end a whirlwind romance that has collapsed under the weight of fears, obligations and regrets. A couple: Zuri and Leal, sift through the remains of their broken relationship as they try to make a life altering decision, journeying through the bitter heartbreak that comes with faded love, disintegrated trust, and dreams abandoned. For everyone, life will be indelibly altered in the morning.

Simply stated, In The Morning is about love and transitions. It examines the complexities of love from the perspective of three women in the midst of some hard won self-transformation. It’s a mood piece that weaves together three stories about personal growth and the power of choice and action.
(source: http://inthemorning-thefilm.com/the-story/)

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