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Director  Vanessa Middleton
Country  United States
6/10 IMDb

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Language  English
30 Years to Life movie poster
Release date  September 5, 2001

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30 Years to Life is a 2001 American comedy film, written and directed by Vanessa Middleton. The film marks Middleton's directorial debut, and stars Allen Payne, Paula Jai Parker, and Tracy Morgan.

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Plot

A handful of close friends, due to turn 30, discover that their dreams for the future are running headfirst into the realities of adulthood in this character-driven comedy-drama. Natalie is a banker who is happy with her job, but is tired of being single, and her pursuit of a husband is taking her down several blind alleys in the world of dating. Joy has developed a similar desire to settle down and get married, but while she has a long-term boyfriend, Leland, he is not so sure he wants to make a lifetime commitment. Troy is a comic who has been on the verge of a career breakthrough for years, but he is starting to wonder if his big break is ever going to arrive. Malik is a white-collar executive who thinks life is passing him by, and is pondering giving up a stable career to start over as a male model. And Stephanie is comfortable with her job in real estate, but she is not so comfortable with herself as she struggles with a weight problem she's had since childhood.

Cast

  • Allen Payne as Malik
  • Erika Alexander as Joy
  • Kadeem Hardison as Bruce
  • Melissa De Sousa as Natalie
  • Paula Jai Parker as Stephanie
  • T.E. Russell as Leland
  • Tracy Morgan as Troy
  • Donald Koanegay as Damon
  • Eddie Brill as Lenny
  • Grace Garland as Dr. Love
  • Dennis Jay Funny as Co-Worker #3
  • Awards & nominations

    2003 Black Reel Awards
  • Best Independent Actor (Theatrical) — Erika Alexander (winner)
  • Best Independent Actress (Theatrical) — Melissa De Sousa (nominated)
  • 2001 Sundance Film Festival
  • Grand Jury Prize — Dramatic (nominated)
  • References

    30 Years to Life Wikipedia
    30 Years to Life IMDb 30 Years to Life themoviedb.org


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