Georgia, Georgia is a 1972 Swedish-American drama film directed by Stig Bjorkman. It was entered into the 23rd Berlin International Film Festival. Its screenplay, written by Maya Angelou, is the first screenplay written by a black woman; Angelou also wrote the films soundtrack, despite having very little additional input in the making of the film.
Georgia, a black American singer, comes to Stockholm for a show. She meets an American deserter and soon they have fallen in love. But Georgia's assistant Alberta tell her to stick to her own kind.