Director: Theodore Witcher
Writer(s): Theodore Witcher
Starring: Larenz Tate, Nia Long, Isaiah Washington, Lisa Nicole Carson, Bill Bellamy, Leonard Roberts, Bernadette Speakes, Khalil Kain, Cerall Duncan, David Nisbet, Simon James, Oona Hart, Jaqueline Fleming, Manao DeMuth, Marie-Françoise Theodore, Reginald Gibson, Kahil El Zabar, Darryl Jones, Teodross Avery, Everette Dean, Benjamin LeVert, John M. Watson Sr., William Yancey, E. George Perry, Helena Echegoyen, Malik Yusef, Troy Borisy, Michelle Poole, Kevin Bell, Jeff Parker, Mark Shelby, Carl Allen, Mitch Gora
Synopsis: Two urban African-Americans, Darius, an aspiring writer, and Nina (Nia Long), an aspiring photographer, share an instant connection after a chance meeting at a Chicago club. The two bond over music, photography and poetry, and eventually begin a torrid romance. However, when Nina decides to move to New York and mend her relationship with her ex-fiancé, Marvin, it leaves Darius heartbroken, and the couple’s future in jeopardy.
Release Date: March 14, 1997 (USA) | Length: 104 min | Genre: Drama, Romance, Comedy | MPAA Rating: Rated R for language and sexuality.
Tags: Benjamin LeVert, Bernadette Speakes, Bill Bellamy, Carl Allen, Cerall Duncan, Darryl Jones, E. George Perry, Helena Echegoyen, Isaiah Washington, Jaqueline Fleming, Jeff Parker, John M. Watson Sr., Kahil El Zabar, Khalil Kain, Larenz Tate, Leonard Roberts, Lisa Nicole Carson, Malik Yusef, Marie-Françoise Theodore, Nia Long, Teodross Avery, Theodore Witcher