"A woman transitions to follow her heart in spite of her best friend's advice, "to stay with men who resemble her father."
When Angela meets Mark at a local bookstore, he strikes her interest with his mysterious demeanor and motivates her to explore dating outside of her comfort zone. What Angela knows about men of color is a warning sign, but meeting Mark changes it.
Her best friend Paula, hears of her excitement and desperately redirects Angela’s dating interest. When Angela meets Margo, she opens doors to a different world. With her best friend Karen, they influence Angela to live and love on her own terms."
The Peoples Network, (Bobby and Renee Peoples/Husband and Wife Team) is an Atlanta video production company, concentrating on the development of powerful and creative video production projects in the Atlanta Metro area and beyond. They offer high quality, attention-getting results that are designed to meet and achieve the specific goals and/or target markets of their clients.
Three Peace Production, (Vince Pressley) is a comprehensive multimedia endeavor. His areas of development include photography, cinematography, videography, and music production. He is involved in short to feature length film projects, web series, music videos, EPK's, and live events.
JWH Productions, LLC, is a Georgia-based production company focused on producing documentary feature, narrative feature and commercial projects. JWH’s first feature film is the award-winning football documentary “Three Days at Foster” directed by Keith Dunnavant. JWH has produced and developed several reality television pitch pilots, commercial projects, and is currently in post-production on a sports feature titled “Roberta.”
MOVIE CREDITS : A Choice To Yield, LLC Presents "A CHOICE TO YIELD" * Edited by Bobby M. Peoples, Sr., Vince Pressley and Jonathan W. Hickman * Music by THOMAS CROWN PRODUCTIONS * Cinematography by Bobby M. Peoples Sr., Vince Pressley, Maggie Hickman and Jonathan W. Hickman * Produced by RLO ENTERPRISES * Written by Lonz Cook * Directed by Bobby M. Peoples Sr.