Meagan Good’s “A Boy. A Girl. A Dream.” to Have Its World Premiere at the Sundance Film Festival

Meagan Good has her NEXT project all set for viewing…

Qasim Basir’s third feature film A Boy. A Girl. A Dream., starring the 36-year-old part-Puerto Rican actress, will have its world premiere this month at the Sundance Film Festival’s NEXT section.

Meagan Good

In addition to Good, the drama also stars Power‘s Omari Hardwick.

It’s the story of two people who meet in Los Angeles on the night Donald Trump is elected President of the United States.

Hardwick is Cass, a USC grad stalled in his career, and Good is Frida, a visitor in town who is in the middle of a tough breakup. Their meeting is set with Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton as a backdrop, and they soon discover nothing will ever be the same.

The film also stars Jay Ellis, Kenya Barris, Dijon Talton and Wesley Jonathan. Basir co-wrote the script with Samantha Tanner, and Gook‘s Datari Turner is producer.

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