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Southern Girls

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:September 7, 2012
Running time:90 minutes
Cast:Teri Medina Galvan, Sarah Allsup, Celeste Collins, Allen Warchol, Blade Cleveland
Director:Carl Jackson
Producer:Carl Jackson
Writer:Carl Jackson
Distributor:Carl Jackson Motion Pictures Studios

Description: Three women at different stages in their lives but who share a common bond: they want to make their lives better. Joan is going through a lot in her life and marriage. Things turn for the worst and she and her husband consider divorce. One day Joan re-discovers the 10 commandments. She starts to believe that the 10 will solve any problem that anyone might face. She creates a club for women called SOUTHERN GIRLS. She calls it Southern Girls because it has been said that the girls of the south are the most wholesome. In this club women meet to figure out how they can be better women for themselves, their families, and society as a whole.

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