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Woman Thou Art Loosed

Rating:R (for violence, sexual content and drug use)
Genre:Drama
Release Date:October 1, 2004
Running time:99 minutes
Cast:Kimberly Elise, Loretta Devine, Debbi Morgan, Michael Boatman, Clifton Powell
Director:Michael Schultz
Producer:Reuben Cannon, Paul Garnes
Writer:Stan Foster
Distributor:Magnolia Pictures

Description: After shooting her abusive stepfather, Reggie, at a church revival, an ex-stripper and crack addict-turned-honest-citizen, named Michelle, confesses the motives of her crime to a Bishop while she sits on Death Row. Michelle's tale draws the story of a young, damaged woman attempting overcome painful demons--the memories of abuse and molestation that she suffered at the hands of her "Uncle" Reggie and the abyss of drugs, prostitution and incarceration that she fell into as a result. Michelle's mother Cassie, who remains conflicted, vacillates between truth and denial of her situation and the terrible abuse that she unwittingly condoned.

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