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Movie Info & Cast
- LaKeith Stanfield
- Issa Rae
- Chelsea Peretti
- Kelvin Harrison Jr.
- Teyonah Parris
- Jasmine Cephas Jones
- Courtney B. Vance
- Lil Rel Howery
- Kenneth Kynt Bryan
- Rob Morgan
Did You Know?
- Chelsea Peretti is married to Jordan Peele, director of the film "Get Out", in which Lakeith Stanfield also appears.
Atom User Reviews
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Shallow characters, poor acting, a 15 minute story stretched out to almost 2 hours. Absolutely painful.
Although the film sometimes dips into muddled melodrama, those occasional setbacks can’t derail a story filled with warm, resonant characters trying to fathom their own hearts.
The Photograph is a romance-heavy star vehicle for Issa Rae and Lakeith Stanfield that’s deeply flawed but both sexy and thoughtful. Writer-director Stella Meghie’s fourth feature (after The Weekend, Everything Everything, Jean of the Joneses), thick and multi-layered with a lush and precise visual language, invites the audience to look beneath the surface of a standard meet-cute.
Though it’s an intoxicating blend of modern and vintage romance, The Photograph, while flawed, is most intriguing when it peels back the layers between a mother and daughter who never really knew each other in life, but whose stories eventually intertwine in ways they could have never imagined.