Sexy and soulful like the smoothest slow jam, writer-director Theodore Witcher's debut feature is a classy, surprisingly accomplished romantic comedy focusing on life and love among of a group of young African-American Chicagoans. Nina (Nia Long) is an aspiring
photographer who's nursing her wounds after being dumped by her fiance. Darius (Larenz Tate) is an aspiring novelist with a cool lothario pose that saves him from ever having to form a meaningful relationship. When they hook up, it's more than just great sex: It's the dreaded love jones, which
neither one is willing to admit. Witcher's film is really a very simple story of boy meets girl, boy loses girl (rep...