Royce, a straight-laced accountant and Damien, a playboy real-estate agent are cousins and housemates at the crossroads of their lives. Royce is looking for true love and commitment, while ...
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Royce, a straight-laced accountant and Damien, a playboy real-estate agent are cousins and housemates at the crossroads of their lives. Royce is looking for true love and commitment, while Damien is avoiding it. Things become even more complicated with the arrival of their new and mysterious roommate, Toni, who is in the middle of everything. ISSUES is the anti-romantic relationship comedy about the complications and contradictions of everyday life. Raw, candidly humorous, and emotionally honest. Written by
I loved this movie. It was refreshing to not see the same cookie cutter version of a day in the life of the African American professional. It was refreshing to see real people, interact, with a not so perfect outcome in every frame. I laughed so hard I cried at times. As a matter of fact I hated that it was over so soon. I can honestly say, that this was the first time in a long time that I genuinely enjoyed a comedy this much. It was a true and hilarious depiction of African Americans and our day to day lives and dating experiences. Thank you for keeping it real. When the movie hits the big screen, DON'T CHANGE A SINGLE THING!
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