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The Other Side numet.ro/theotherside  5122
‘The Other Side’ - Every story has three sides in this pre-wedded bliss modern day love triangle. Stars Erica Hubbard and Brad James. Written and directed by Warren Pemberton.

Release date: Fri 3 May 2019
Running time:107 (1h47’)
Age restriction:16 D L P S

FPB Classification

Title Detail : THE OTHER SIDE
FILM TITLE: THE OTHER SIDE
GENRE:
CONSUMER ADVICE: 16 D L P S
DISTRIBUTOR: INDIGENOUS FILM DISTRIBUTION
DIRECTOR: SAMAD DAVIS
MAIN CAST: ERICA HUBBARD, BRAD JAMES ROGER, GUENVEUR SMITH, MIGUEL A. NUNEZ JR
LANGUAGE: Strong impact frequent language used in the context of insults, sexual references, showing hatred towards homosexuality, anger and in expressing frustrations
NUDITY: NONE
PREJUDICE: Moderate impact fairly frequent scenes prejudice against gays and lesbians necessary for the narrative.
SEX: NONE
VIOLENCE: Low impact infrequent violence justified by the context of the storyline
BLASPHEMY: NONE
DRUG ABUSE: NONE
COMMENTS: The material contains complex and mature themes of love triangle relationship, religious family, sexual identity, deception, betrayal, judgment, persecution, friendship, having courage, discrimination against homosexuality and hiding a true sexual identity in order to be accepted by family and the society. These themes are presented within a drama and romance context. They carry a strong sense of threat and menace. The themes of a father having hatred towards homosexual and calling them sinners and that they going to hell; being judgemental and strong impact language with sexual references may be morally, emotionally and psychologically harmful to children under the age of 16 years who have not fully developed their identity. Children under the age of 16 years who may still be developing their sexual identity, may be afraid to speak up if they are homosexuals based on how the movie showed judgemental to them with very minimal disapproval when Kaya said “ you need to accept your daughter for who she is”.



When Gem (Erica Hubbard) asks her long-lost friend to be the maid of honour at her wedding, her fiancé, Allen (Brad James), has no clue that he’s meeting Kiya (Altovise Lawrence), a wildly outspoken lesbian novelist. Though an aspiring writer himself, Allen does not find a friend in his new house guest =, but a rival for Gem’s attention. Eventually, the soon-to-be husband discovers there’s a lot more to the story than his fiancée explained when he finds himself in a modern-day love triangle.