Nola Darling in She’s Gotta Have It is a sensational modern day story. Monogamy doesn’t even seem like a remote possibility for Nola. It could seem a bit confusing to juggle three men at the same time. Nola is used to knowing what she want in her relationships and in her art. Lately she has been so confused in her decisions that she even sees a physiologist. Nola confesses that she has three potentials. Mars makes her laugh uncontrollably, Greer make sure nothing is ever the same with him plus he is a super model and Jamie is grown and cares about her in a way that nobody ever has. She as to look within what makes her happy. Her art will be number one, but what will she do with her relationships.
Spike Lee’s breakthrough independent feature, shot in fifteen days on a budget of $175,000, ushered in (along with Jim Jarmusch’s Stranger Than Paradise) the American independent film movement of the 1980s. It was also a groundbreaking film for African-American filmmakers and a welcome change in the representation of blacks in American cinema, depicting men and women of color not as pimps and whores, but as intelligent, upscale urbanites. Lee’s slight tale, which carries much psychological and historical baggage, concerns Nola Darling (Tracy Camila Johns), a young, self-assured Brooklyn woman. This thanksgiving the new series will be streaming live on Netflix.
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