The Photograph

2020 • 106 minutes
25 reviews
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The discovery of a hidden family photograph sends Mae Morton (Issa Rae) on a quest for answers. The journey into her estranged mother's past exposes many secrets and ignites a powerful, unexpected romance with rising-star journalist Michael Block (Lakeith Stanfield). Award-winning writer-director Stella Meghie (The Weekend, Jean of the Joneses) tells a sweeping love story about forgiveness and finding the courage to seek the truth, no matter where it leads you.

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25 reviews
Jean Luc Pressoir
August 7, 2020
The Photograph inspires me how much I wanna purse to becoming a photographer but with the years came by I want to become more as someone else, I have to become something else. I'm gifted with a lot of talents secretly I love to cook, write, act, sing/rap, creative design/draw, clean after myself anywhere I go, read novels/comics, and travel global. I'm an aspiring artist/actor still finding a path for a career to stay in the balance for the rest of my life and promise myself to never die alone without the love ones who's been looking after me since my childhood and even now in the present.
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James Jones
January 5, 2021
It's not no Love Jones though the jazz music on here was to my liking. The storyline was average for a romantic film. I've been waiting for this movie for a long while, I missed out when it hit theaters which barely lasted two week before it was taken out. This was way better than that Love birds movie, if I had spent money to see that movie to see it I'll be mad at myself if covid-19 didn't happen.
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Ashley Robert
October 31, 2020
This movie is horrible. The main actors didn't seem comfortable with each other and I felt like the movie was rushed
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