Middle of Nowhere

By rhone.fraser
Written October 25, 2014
This is a powerful story of a powerful individual trying to maintain a committed relationship. Derek and Ruby are in a relationship and suddenly Derek is incarcerated. Ruby visits him regularly and makes a point to keep the relationship going and get Derek before the parole board for his release. At the parole board hearing Ruby gets a rude awakening. The most significant change in the film to me is Derek's growing interest in maintaining a committed relationship. Ava DuVernay writes full, complex, rich Black male characters that need to be seen more on film. -RF.
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Middle of Nowhere - Not to be missed!

By moviepersoa
Written October 13, 2012
Middle of Nowhere grabbed me from the beginning, I became totally absorbed in the story. The director did a superb job, her Sundance Award was well deserved. All of the actors were believable and masterful in their roles. I observed that many audience members stopped eating their popcorn and drinking sodas! Now that says something about the power of this film's story.
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Middle of Nowhere Excellence!

By MissCozier
Written December 27, 2014
This movie is truly amazing. Ava Duverney is clearly a dedicated artist with an eye for scene development. Every single scene was crafted perfectly. This movie is truly enjoyable. It is absolutely worth supporting it!
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Don't wait!

By LadyKrysiz1
Written January 30, 2015
Get there or find out the movie is SOLD OUT!!!! This movie make you rethink your past, present and future choices. Loved Ruby! Go see it and bring 3 friends!
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Middle of Nowhere

By DCFilmmaker
Written October 15, 2012
Ava DuVernay did a superb job of keeping you on the edge of your seat. This taut drama was buoyed by strong performances by the entire cast and masterfully lensed by Brad Young. I've got to see it again!
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