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And Then Came Love

Tailored for Vanessa Williams, this video has a contemporary subject (resolutely single mothers) but feels more like Doris Day's farcical 60s comedies about independent career women who remain unfulfilled until they meet Mr. Right. Williams plays an unwed Manhattan journalist and author whose son's behavioral problems prompt her to locate the sperm donor who's his biological father. Dad turns out to be a young, struggling actor (Kevin Daniels) who soon comes between Williams and her lover (Michael Boatman). Director Richard Schenkman creates a subtext promoting traditional nuclear African-American families, yet oddly the heroine has no black friends. With Eartha Kitt and Ben Vereen. 99 min.


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