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Strong Black Woman

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:December 20, 2013
Running time:100 minutes
Cast:Jennifer Brinker, Martrell Upton, Esquire Duke
Director:Carl Jackson
Producer:Stacey Buckner
Writer:Carl Jackson
Distributor:Carl Jackson Motion Pictures Studios

Description: Veronica a 27 year old woman who runs her house well. Veronica has a college degree in the field of corporate law, and works for a popular firm. Darnell is a freelance photographer. A series of moments changes the course of the marriage they once were fond of. Veronica has choices to make as she decides if she wants to continue on the path she's on with her husband, or learn to become a stronger woman.

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