Love Song (2000 film)

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Love Song
Directed by Julie Dash
Produced by Kimberly Olgetree
Claudio Castravelli
Written by Josslyn Luckett
Starring Monica
Christian Kane
Essence Atkins
Music by Frank Fitzpatrick
Cinematography David Claessen
Edited by Pamela Malouf
Distributed by MTV Films
Release dates December 1, 2000
Running time 90 min.
Country United States
Language English

Love Song is a 2000 film produced for television by MTV and directed by Julie Dash. The film stars Monica, Christian Kane, and Essence Atkins. It was released on December 1, 2000.


Monica plays Camille Livingston, the daughter of prosperous African American parents in New Orleans. Living a sheltered life at home, she has a steady boyfriend who her parents adore. But when she meets a white gas station attendant named Billy Ryan Gallo (Christian Kane), who plays the blues at night, she agonizes over whether to stay with the black man with a stable future or the white man with a dead-end career who incites her passions.



The movie was filmed in Montréal, Québec, Canada.[1]


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