Sunday, January 25, 2009

Mo'Nique's New Film Cleans Up At Sundance

As we reported several days ago, expect big things from the new film titled Push, the film that stars the comedic actress Mo'Nique in her most devious role to date. The film Push directed by Lee Daniels is said to be a look at the parental abuse and self-redemption of a teenage girl in 1980s Harlem. The film was the biggest winner at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival, taking both the grand jury prize and the audience award in the U.S. dramatic competition.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I love that Mo'Nique continues to shed light on issues of abuse and violence.

She should hook up with T.I. and E. Walter Smith and do a major campaign. Check out what they are doing

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