Director: Carl Franklin
Starring: Mary Alice, John Beasley, Ulysses Zakery, Eve Black, Jay Brooks, Edna Duncan, Tony Brubaker, Gary Groomes, Juanita Jennings, Chrys Carrol, Robin Hickman, Scott Lawrence, Randy Carter, Lotis Key, Dan Martin, T.C. Ellis, Michael Locke, Montae Russell, Marcus Franklin, Darvone Manikong, Ondrea Shalbetter, Leonard R. Garner Jr., Marion McClinton, Rhonda Stubbins White, Stephen R. Garner, Joyce McKinley, Vonte Sweet, Tim Hanrahan, T. Mychael Rambo, Gay Thomas Wilson, Glen Kaemmer, Chris Rohr, Malinda Williams, Marvette Knight, Buffy Sedlachek, Mel Winkler, Gary Dourdan, Chad Matz, Martha Williams, Paul Mock, Michael Tezla, Donla Williams, Patricia Anderson, Scott Parham, Marin Osterberg, Brian Price, Anthony Rodriguez, Khandi Simone, Shawn Skie, Nelson C. Williams, David William Watts, Scott Pearson Eberly, Lori J. Ness
Synopsis: A weekend in the life of the Arnett family. The events of a forty eight hour period have a rainbow of incidents. From a preacher to a drug dealer; from an innocent young school girl to a reformed drug addict gone bad. The same scenario that millions of American families encounter each day in suburbia; both black and white and brown and yellow. There are no racial boundaries to the ups and downs of the real American life.
Release Date: July 10, 1993 (USA) | Length: 180 min | Genre: Drama | Rating: R
Note: I didn’t find a trailer for the film. Above is a clip from the movie. I need to watch the film to better identify people.
Tags: Carl Franklin, Chrys Carrol, Dan Martin, David William Watts, Edna Duncan, Gary Dourdan, Gay Thomas Wilson, Jay Brooks, John Beasley, Juanita Jennings, Khandi Simone, Leonard R. Garner Jr., Malinda Williams, Marion McClinton, Marvette Knight, Mary Alice, Mel Winkler, Michael Henry Brown, Montae Russell, Ondrea Shalbetter, Patricia Anderson, Paul Aaron, Rhonda Stubbins White, Robin Hickman, Scott Lawrence, Shawn Skie, T. Mychael Rambo, T.C. Ellis, Tony Brubaker, Ulysses Zachary, Vonte Sweet