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The Script Lab Review: 1982

Writer, director and producer Tommy Oliver concerns himself with effect rather than cause in 1982.Those destructive results of crack cocaine’s early 80s infiltration are seen through the eyes of a Philadelphia family headed by Hill Harper’s (CSI and For Colored Girls) stunning portrayal of Tim Brown. Harper captivates as a man dealing with the multilayered emotions brought on by his wife Shenae (Dreamgirls’ Sharon Leal) and her addition. At the heart of the story is the Brown household’s only child Maya, given life through Troi Zee.

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