Matthew A. Cherry’s ‘The Last Fall’ movie review; more independent black films of 2012

Matthew A. Cherry's 'The Last Fall' movie review; more independent black films of 2012

Stars: Lance Gross, Nicole Beharie, Vanessa Bell Calloway, Darrin Dewitt Henson, Keith David, Harry Lennix

Written and directed by Matthew A. Cherry, a former NFL wide receiver, The Last Fall is the heartfelt story of a young NFL journeyman who falls from grace and struggles to bounce back from life’s complexities after his professional career is over.

When Kyle Bishop (Lance Gross) joined the NFL, he dreamed of a life of luxury that would allow him to provide abundantly for his family. But after tragedy strikes, Kyle finds himself back in his hometown, forced to reconnect with his roots and the one true love he left behind. Long before professional football, Faith (Nicole Beharie) his high school sweetheart, had been his whole world. Now, caught between the demands of his dream career and the single mother who has his heart, Kyle is faced with the most important decision of his life. –ruthie hawkins

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Due to release on DVD Jan. 15, this is an independent black film that you will not want to miss!

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