When a man orphaned after a murder-suicide falls for a recovering anorexic childhood trauma and cultural differences send each of them into a downward spiral.
My intention was to write a romantic but honest love story. It had to showcase black love. It had to showcase the ups and downs of a relationship. It had to be edgy, dramatic, socially responsible, and sweet as pie. It had to be charming! I wanted my audience to experience a marriage built on an "old-fashioned" belief system in modern-day times. So-- I focused on what black people need most. WE NEED TO KNOW OURSELVES. Most notably, where we come from and what trauma we must heal from.
Soft spoken American. Recovering anorexic. Natural. Raised in a militant household. Rebel. Unsure of self. Homemaker with a provocative past. Eager to discover her roots. Independent and strong-willed.
Swahili. Orphaned after a murder-suicide. Proud. Determined to build a family. Educated and traditional. High-strung. Patriot of African culture. Hopeless romantic. Disciplined breadwinner.
Born in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, John is a dominating actor in the Phoenix-Metropolitan area. His theatrical background began in Johannesburg, South Africa at Edenval High school, contributing to the passion he has for theatre and film today. He speaks four languages and is actively acting both on stage and on screen.
Fallon is a resident of the Phoenix-metro area by way of Texas and Wisconsin. She is currently pursuing her BA in kinesiology at Arizona State while pursuing a career in dance, film, and modeling. As a client of FēMay Enterprise, she secured her first acting role in This is Love. She is excited to grow her career through fashion and film.
We are set to begin our fundraising campaign October 2022. Campaign will include product placement opportunities, special events, and contributions to our Gofundme page linked below.
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