By Tambay A. Obenson | Shadow and Act September 17, 2013 at 5:50PM
Another film that I'd like to assume many of you have already see, but, again, I thought against assuming, and added it to this week's list.
Before Black & Sexy TV, there was the film that kind of started it all - Dennis Dortch’s feature film debut, A Good Day To Be Black & Sexy.
Written and directed by Dortch, the film is an unapologetic between-the-sheets peek at black love and sexuality in an experimental set-up which comprises of four vignettes that tackle sex from different POVs.
The film was picked up by Magnolia Pictures after its Sundance premiere, but the company didn't do a lot with it unfortunately - certainly not what I think it could've done theatrically.
So watch what Black & Sexy TV essentially was before Black & Sexy TV became the brand that it is today. It's also been available on Netflix for a while.