Blair Underwood and Sharon Neal star in Woman Thou Art Loosed on the 7th Day which is now on DVD, is seemingly a simple story of kidnapping, but as the story unfolds we see the story is far more complex. We witness how a couple’s love is tested in ways they never anticipated, and how in seven days secrets can unravel what on the surface seemed to be a strong marriage. As you watch the movie you can not help, but analyze the relationships in your own life and wonder how they would stand up if the all your secrets were revealed to everyone within your social circle. Would it change your standing within your circle of friends or would your true friends actually ride or die with you? As the story unfolds and everyone’s secret is revealed we are left with a relationship throughly shaken, but not completely broken and we are left with a sense of hope that it can be rebuilt, but this time it will be different because it will now be built on real truth. There are so many layers and lessons in this story. It’s a story of love, betrayal, trust and redemption that is expertly explored and brought to a surprise conclusion. Woman Thou Art Loosed on the 7th Day is worthy of seeing.
Worthy of Seeing: Woman Thou Art Loosed on the 7th Day Now on DVD
By musesofamom, on September 25, 2012 at 10:51 am, under Ebony Mom Politics. Tags: African American, African Americans, black america, black men, Black People, Black women, cbs, children, CNN, Current Events, media, moms, MSNBC, News, television, Women, working women. No Comments
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