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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26TH AT A MANHATTAN THEATER at 7pm


One ticket is good for 2 people. GOOD LUCK!!PLEASE ARRIVE EARLY AS SEATING IS LIMITED AND ON A FIRST-COME, FIRST SERVED BASIS. SCREENING IS OVERBOOKED TO ENSURE CAPACITY. THIS E-MAIL DOES NOT GUARANTEE ADMISSION, IS NON-TRANSFERABLE AND IS NOT REDEEMBLE FOR CASH


All entrants MUST be residents of NEW YORK CITY or surrounding area.


ONLY ONE ENTRY PER PERSON PLEASE!.
Send in your name, phone number and email address to
gthemovie@blackfilm.com



Andrew Lauren Productions and blackfilm.com cordially invites you and a guest to an advanced screening of G
 
 
Distributor: Andrew Lauren Productions Director: Christopher Scott Cherot (Hav Plenty)
Producer: Andrew Lauren and Judd Landon
Screenwriters: Christopher Scott Cherot & Charles E. Drew, Jr., Based on a story Andrew Lauren and Charles E. Drew
Composer: Bill Conti
Cast: Blair Underwood, Richard T. Jones, Chenoa Maxwell, Andre Royo, Laz Alonso, Sonja Sohn, and Jillian Lindsey

 
Synopsis:
G" producer, screenwriter, Andrew Lauren (The Squid and the Whale), son of Ralph Lauren, grew up summering in the Hamptons, Lauren became inspired to write and produce a contemporary urban film that reminded him of an older story about success and Long Island:  The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald.

They say success is nothing unless you have someone to share it with and no one understands that circumstance better than self-made Hip-Hop mogul Summer G, played by actor Richard T. Jones (Judging Amy). He has transformed himself from misunderstood maverick into mainstream icon.  His life is the stuff of dreams -- The American Dream.  Yet Summer G's nirvana remains elusive as he lacks the one thing that would give it all meaning, reconciliation with his College love, Sky, played by Chenoa Maxwell (UPN's "Girlfriends"), now off-limits and unhappily married to a philandering Wall Street executive played by Blair Underwood (LA Law, Sex and the City).  A music writer played by Andre Royo  (The Wire) unwittingly brings this trio together and inadvertently helps to tear them apart.

Trailer: http://www.Gthemovie.com/

 





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