Director: Spike Lee
Writer(s): Suzan-Lori Parks
Starring: Theresa Randle, Isaiah Washington, Spike Lee, Jenifer Lewis, Debi Mazar, Peter Berg, Michael Imperioli, Dina Pearlman, Maggie Rush, Desi Moreno, Kristen Wilson, K Funk, Debra Wilson, Naomi Campbell, Gretchen Mol, Shari Freels, Richard Belzer, Larry Pine, Coati Mundi, Delilah Cotto, Anthony Nocerino, Thomas Jefferson Byrd, Bray Poor, Joseph Lyle Taylor, Madonna, Arthur J. Nascarella, John Turturro, Quentin Tarantino, Ron Silver, Mica Hughes, Leonard L. Thomas, Joie Lee, Rolonda Watts, Carol Jenkins, Jim Jensen, Halle Berry, Jacqueline McAllister, Novella Nelson, Billie Neal, Susan Batson, Ranjit Chowdhry, Rita Wolf, Andrea Navedo, Lesley-Camille Troy, Michele Kelly, Yohan Lim, Anne Ok, John Cameron Mitchell, Keith Randolph Smith, Nelson Vasquez, Al Palagonia, Jeff Ward, Chuck Jeffreys, Andy Duppin, Jalil Jay Lynch, David S. Lomax, Carlo Vogel, Brian Konowal, Jennifer Ramos, Jennifer Karen Lee, Tomoko Hagane, Genevieve Yraola, Jennifer Ceballos, Marita de Lara, Mekhi Phifer
Synopsis: Trying to make it in the acting world, a young black woman (Theresa Randle) resorts to working as a phone sex operator to pay the bills. Called Girl 6 by her new employer, she finds her work oddly fulfilling and starts getting attached to one caller, Bob (Peter Berg). While dealing with various personal problems — such as her thief ex-husband (Isaiah Washington) wanting her back — Girl 6 comes to the dangerous realization that it’s easier to live in her fantasy work life than her real life.
Release Date: March 22, 1996 (USA)| Length: 108 min | Genre: Comedy, Drama | MPAA Rating: Rated R for explicit sexual dialogue and some nudity.