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She’s Gotta Have It explores the characters’ lives but can’t give up the lectures

This episode of She’s Gotta Have It finally expands the world of the show beyond what’s happening immediately in Nola’s loving bed. Knowing what’s going on in the lives of the other characters is a worthwhile endeavor and makes the series feel like television rather than an extended film split over ten hours. The fact… Read more...
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