With the current climate seeing an influx of titles flooding the media scape, it’s arguably more difficult than ever to make waves or resonate.
Yet, ‘Sylvie’s Love’ is proving to be an exception.
Led by Tessa Thompson and Nnamdi Asomugha, the film tells the tale of a young woman who meets an aspiring saxophonist in her father’s record store back in 1950s Harlem. From there, their love births a roller-coaster romance that transcends changing times, geography, and career success.
That Grape Juice‘s Shar Jossell caught up with the film’s writer and director, Eugene Ashe, who opened up about the movie (and performances) on everyone’s lips.
Check out the insightful chat above…