This movie was more dry then a Covid-19 cough :rolling_eyes:
Lakeith Stanfield and Issa Rae have great chemistry together but everything else is your typical romantic movie.
Interesting story, good acting and filmography, but it moves along to slowly.
This movie was a true piece of art. From the writing to the acting to the music to the cinematography. I guess it's a movie for people that are in tune with their feelings.
I love both Rae and Stanfield, two terrific actors, and amongst the best of this generation. Sadly, this film is a letdown, being quite tedious to watch, with little dramatic momentum. Sorry for the pun, but its a negative!
For a film written and directed by a woman, it has a very masculine vision of love (it is the man who seduces the woman, but it is the woman who must get the man back). The two love stories have a unstable connection. Only Robert Glasper's music works, much more expressive than trivial dialogues.