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“Life, Love, Soul” tells the gripping story of a talented young man’s struggle to regain control of his life after a devastating loss. As 17-year-old honor student Roosevelt Jackson (Robbie Tate-Brickle) copes with the sudden death of his mother (Tami Roman, “Basketball Wives”), he is forced to reconnect with an estranged father who’s been absent for most of his life. Although Earl Grant (Chad Coleman, “The Walking Dead” and “The Wire”) attempts to make amends for past mistakes, new problems feed the tumultuous father-son relationship. With the help of strong mentors in Roosevelt’s life, like Tiffany (Terri J Vaughn, “Meet The Browns”) and his teacher, Mr. Roundtree (Jamie Hector, “The Wire”), Roosevelt starts to piece his life back together on his journey to manhood.
"“Life, Love, Soul” is a tragedy-to-triumph story of a young man who loses everything, but rebounds to become the man everyone in his life can be proud of. “Life, Love, Soul” is the winner of the Audience Award at the Urban World Film Festival. Benny Pough and Allen West serve as the executive producers on the film along with producers Noel Calloway, Dedra N. Tate, Yandy Smith and Devon O Reagan.
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