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When her mother dies, Mississippi bumpkin Emma Mae (Jerri Hayes) goes to live with her cousins in Los Angeles. She quickly falls in with smooth-talking drug pusher Jesse (Ernest Williams II), but their romance is cut short when he's jailed for beating up a cop. Loyal to a fault, Emma tries to raise bail money by starting a car wash, and when that fails, resorts to robbing a bank with a shotgun. The plan works, but the newly freed Jesse proves unfaithful, pushing Emma to take revenge.

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  • Hayes initially oversells Emma Mae's shyness and naivete, but her emotional journey is very believable, reflecting her awakening to the stacked deck against African Americans.

    July 28, 2020 | Full Review…

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