Love, Sex and Eating the Bones

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Love, Sex and Eating the Bones
Love, Sex and Eating the Bones Poster.jpg
Love, Sex and Eating the Bones promotional movie poster
Directed by David "Sudz" Sutherland
Produced by Jennifer Holness
Written by David "Sudz" Sutherland
Starring Hill Harper
Music by Mischa Chillak
Kenny Neal
Cinematography Arthur E. Cooper
Edited by Jeff Warren
Distributed by ThinkFilm (2004) (United States)
Velocity Home Entertainment (USA)
Release date
Running time
100 minutes
Country Canada
Language English
Budget $2,500,000 (estimated)

Love, Sex and Eating the Bones is a 2003 Canadian romantic comedy film directed and screenwriter|written by Sudz Sutherland featuring a mostly African American and Black Canadian leading cast. It premiered and played twice at the 2003 Toronto International Film Festival, where it won the award for Best Canadian First Feature Film.

Synopsis[edit]

Michael (Hill Harper) is a likeable photographer turned security guard who spends his time hanging with his buddies and keeping up with the latest releases at Pornocopia. His addiction to porn, however, threatens to get in the way of a budding romance with Jasmine (Marlyne Afflack), an upscale marketing researcher who’s so wary of ‘playas’ she’s declared herself celibate.

Cast[edit]

Actor Role
Hill Harper Michael Joseph
Marlyne Afflack Jasmine LeJeune (as Marlyne N. Afflack)
Mark Taylor Glenroy 'Sweets' Lindo
Marieka Weathered Lisette
Kai Soremekun Peaches LeJeune
Karen Robinson Heather Taylor
Jennifer Baxter Trish Papandreou
Ed Robertson Kennedy
Jason Harrow Andre Patterson (as Kardinal Offishall)
Kenny Robinson Robbie MacKinnon
Ayumi Iizuka Gemma Dower
Christopher Lee Clements Phil E. Butts
Neil Crone Anthony Mingelli
Lanomie Baird Older Customer
Catherine McNally Phyllis Himes
Stewart Arnott Daryl Keyes
Jocelyne Zucco Fred Koa
David Huband Xavier MacDonald
Blak Beauté Kenny 'Kumm' Kornishsky

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