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TD Jakes' 'Woman Thou Art Loosed!: On The 7th Day' On DVD/VOD September 4

by Vanessa Martinez
July 31, 2012 7:24 PM
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Directed by Neema Barnette, the second film in Pastor TD Jakes' Woman Thou Art Loosed! series sub-titled On The Seventh Day, stars Blair Underwood, Sharon Leal, Nicole Beharie, and Pam Grier.

On the 7th, which premiered at the Pan African Film Festival early this year, will released on DVD/VOD September 4.

The film had a limited theatrical release - a first through CodeBlack and its partnership with AMC theaters back in April, and grossed around $1,213,128 domestically.

To recap, the film centers on a husband and wife who find themselves in the midst of a crisis, when their young daughter is kidnapped. The kidnapper is supposedly a serial killer who murders his victims "On the 7th Day," hence the title. As you'd expect, during their search for their daughter, secrets are revealed that putting the marriage and their daughter's life in jeopardy.

Tambay interviewed Codeblack's CEO Jeff Clanagan HERE about the film's succesful theater release strategy. Occasional S&A contributor gave us her thoughts on the film HERE. Also, while you're at it, read my interview with filmmaker Neema Barnette HERE.

Here's the trailer below:

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  • ALM | July 31, 2012 10:54 PMReply

    I look forward to renting and/or buying this.

  • Suzanne | July 31, 2012 10:22 PMReply

    It's a damn shame that this film didn't get anymore press. The distributors picked the wrong time to theatrically release this film. They knew Blair Underwood was not available for press interviews since he was going under for Streetcar. The timing was bad. Yet, this was a good film. Neema stays surprising me everytime. Sharon Leal is something else in this film. Kudos to her!

  • Suzanne | August 1, 2012 2:07 AM

    @ THE BLACK POLICE - It was actually good. Neema can do so films on a budget. I don't know how but she gets it done! There are a few classic lines in the film that I could see myself saying now.

  • the black police | August 1, 2012 12:06 AM

    Is this actually good? It seems random and prone to over dramatics. But i wanna check it.

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