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Things Never Said

Rating:R (for pervasive language and some sexual content)
Genre:Drama, Romance
Release Date:September 6, 2013
Running time:112 minutes
Cast:Shanola Hampton, Elimu Nelson, Omari Hardwick, Tamala Jones, Michael Beach
Director:Charles Murray
Producer:Charles Murray, Brian "Skinny" Lewis
Writer:Charles Murray
Distributor:Ohio Street Pictures

Description: Wounded by a miscarriage and saddled with Ronnie, an angry husband, Kal desperately seeks an outlet for her struggling artistic voice. Adding to her distress is best friend and compatriot Daphne, who also grapples with relationship issues. Kal's inner turmoil is escalated by the surprise and uncertainty of new love found in Curtis Jackson, a talented spoken word artist with a scarred past. Through their forbidden love, Kal helps Curtis heal a damaged relationship with his estranged young daughter. In turn, Curtis inspires Kal to dig deeper, discover her voice, and ultimately reclaim her sense of self-worth.

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