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No Easy Way (1996)

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Matthew, a concert pianist played by Alan Boyce, has kept his HIV positive status secret and refuses help from family and doctors. On the night he loses his job playing mood music in a ... See full summary »

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Jeffrey Fine

Writer:

Patrick Tobin
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Alan Boyce ... Matthew Livingston
Khandi Alexander ... Diana Campbell
Brandon Hammond ... Tommy Campbell
Jermaine Montell ... Carl Campbell
Christina Pickles ... Mrs. Livingston
Michael Tomlinson ... Dr. Thomas
Mary Pat Gleason ... Nurse Barb
Gloria Stroock ... Alice Jacobson (as Gloria Stoock)
Greg Lewis ... Mr. Narjarian
Chandra Easton Chandra Easton ... June Gibbons
Susan Damante ... Mrs. Henderson (as Susan Damate Shaw)
Robert Wisdom ... Motel Manager
Dennison Samaroo ... Intern
J.J. Boone ... Smoking Hospital Lady 1
Minnie Currie Minnie Currie ... Smoking Hospital Lady 2
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Matthew, a concert pianist played by Alan Boyce, has kept his HIV positive status secret and refuses help from family and doctors. On the night he loses his job playing mood music in a fancy hotel, Matthew meets a streetwise panhandler Diana and the pair become wary friends. Written by Matthew T. Corey <mcorey@mail.utexas.edu>

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USA

Language:

English

Filming Locations:

Glendale, California, USA See more »

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A really great film. Saw it at a film festival. LOVED IT
23 September 1999 | by anthony-45See all my reviews

why hasn't this movie been released in theaters? It stars Alan Boyce and Khandi Alexander and is a romantic love story between a white boy,(Alan Boyce), and a black girl(Khandi Alexander), who rock the others world despite the vast differences in the others world. Khandi Alexander is so fine and funny, and the same for the studly Alan Boyce. This is one movie that Hollywood is missing the boat on. Damn someone should see the green in the bank with the release of this movie. They're both damn good actors and I wish I would see more of both of them on the screen. The BIG screen that is.


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