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“It turns into a self-fulfilling prophecy when you say ‘this is a movie for black women and white women won’t watch it.’ It sets a tone where it’s OK for people of other races not to look at content that doesn’t feature people that look like them.”
Tracy Oliver
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“We wanted to focus on the relationship between the women, rather than make it a traditional love story between a man and a woman.”
Tracy Oliver
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“Black Women, New Orleans, Party Movie, Go!”
With her new film Girls Trip in theaters today, Tracy Oliver discusses transcending color and background, making characters likeable, and writing friendships.
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“Whatever your particular idiosyncrasies are, the things that you’re really interested in, if you lean into those as opposed to what you think other people want, you’re going to find your way to being more authentic quicker.”
Marti Noxon
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