My Brother’s Wedding (1983)

Everett Silas and Gaye Shannon-Burnett

Poor Pierce, caught between his parents’ upward ambitions and the rough and tumble community of his adolescence. Not quite suited to either, he floats through life a constant assistant to someone else’s priorities, always there to help but never appreciated. By the final minutes, he’s spread himself just a bit too thin and, in an attempt to please all parties, finds only tragedy.

I thought we’d eat like white folks tonight.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

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