"A Miami Tail" is a contemporary version of Lysistrata, a classic Greek comedy by Aristophanes. "A Miami Tail" has Alicia (Trina) leading the women of Liberty City in a protest against gang violence and disrespect of women in their neighborhood by refusing sex to their gangbanging boyfriends. Written by
No peace in the streets means no piece between the sheets.
Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for pervasive strong language and sexual dialogue, some sexuality and drug content
Did You Know?
Some scenes were written and organized spontaneously by director, 'Melvin James'. The scene between Sommore and the two bums played by Dexter Angry
and Henry Clay
, for instance, was written moments before shooting because James wanted to capture the three comedians in a scene and there was no scene written including the three of them together. See more
Written and performed by Edward Fordham, Jerome Evans, Lee House and Antonio Perry See more