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In pre-Civil War New Orleans, Vanessa Williams portrays the African American daughter of a plantation owner. Fighting her family's wishes, she rejects the traditions of an arranged marriage and sets out on a journey fraught with danger. This inspiring true story of heroism and love illuminates the extraordinary life of Henriette Dalille, the first African-American saint. Director: Kari Skogland 2000 Stars: Vanessa Williams, Gil Bellows, Karen Williams Watch more free dramas here: http://bit.ly/1ROmzWe Watch more movies for free on Popcornflix.com. #Popcornflix, Full length free movies Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Popcornflix Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Popcornflixnews Popcornflix is owned/operated by Screen Media Ventures, LLC.
"Haitian multi-hyphenate Richard Senecal’s third outing, about a young woman who must choose between love and money, is a simple moral fable wrapped in beauty. Through Senecal’s DV lens, the entire island, interiors and exteriors alike, are bathed in soft light, looking like the work of a superior art director with an extremely felicitous eye for color. His actors are even more aesthetically pleasing, garbed in pure lines and fabrics. Even the gray school uniforms subtly blend with the surrounding hues. Striking storytelling with an almost folkloric resonance should find a niche on cable." - Ronnie Scheib (Variety Magazine) Camera (color, DV), Senecal; music, Tripping Live and 718 Boyz; sound, John Mogene; assistant director Haendel Dorfeuille. Reviewed on DVD at Brooklyn Film Festival, J...
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Probably the most popular Haitian movie of all times, the one that did make Tonton Bicha famous. The unbelievable love story between Anne and Brother's Posse singer Don Kato. Subtitled in English for Nollywood addicts. Starring Nice Simon, Tonton Bicha, Don Kato, Ti Jo Zenny, Fresnel Larosilière, Blondedy Ferdinand, Emmanuel Pierre Antoine... Directed by Richard Senecal.
To hear another Cajun/South LA Accent watch the link below!!! Here is link to the movie "Shy People", which is set in LA, skip to the 6:40 mark, you can tell that the Sherriff Petijean must be a local bc his accent is true, listen to his accent in comparison to the main actors in the movie. SEE BELOW http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=448ML4aPmD4 Just scratching the surface on our many dishes, phrases, customs, and heritage.
Elvis Presley & Kitty White sings Crawfish Jean "Kitty" Bilbrew (7 July 1923 - 11 August 2009) was a 1950s/60s jazz vocalist, who for years was a nightclub favorite among audiences in Los Angeles, known for her sophisticated songs with well-traveled lyrics. Crawfish by Fred Wise and Ben Weisman Excerpt from Film "King Creole" (1958) Directed by Michael Curtiz Hal Wallis, the producer, acquired the rights to Harold Robbins' novel "A Stone For Danny Fisher" with the intentions for it to be a non-musical vehicle starring either James Dean or Ben Gazzara. Following the death of Dean in 1955, the project was shelved. In January 1957, following the success of an Off-Broadway stage version of the story, Presley's name was suggested as a possible replacement. After negotiations were co...