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Cast

Dee Armstrong (Nosy Liz)Gin Blanton (Shell)Jeremiah Clarke (Alexx)Reggie Gaskins (Marcus)Andrea Kelly (Mother Rose)Tyrice Lollis (Officer Cruz)George Lott (Officer Turner)Trionna Moore (Officer Angel)Rodney Staton (Izzy)Willie Taylor (Aiden)Vitelle Webb (Mari)

Director

David K. Drew

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Synopsis

When a woman Vitele Webb (Mari) a writer is involved in three different abusive relationships, over a 13 year span learns that love can be found in an unlikely source. How many times does he have to hit you in order for you to realize that love isn't suppose to hurt. Mari is dealing with abuse from a physical, mental and emotional stand point. This story base loosely on true encounters will have you in tears. Mari searching for answers and praying to God to release her from the torment. Mari has to go through the storm to regain her faith, each one of her abuser, brought a different type of pain. Aiden, a man full of ANGER played by Willie Taylor Izzy, a man full of INSECURITY played by Rodney Staton Marcus, a man full of MANIPULATION played by Reggie Gaskins Nosy Liz played by Dee Armstrong brings the laughter after the pain, and becomes the hero who see and hears everything. Her faith in God brings the story of survival to another level. Jesus loves you and so do I. A.I.M this drama filled production bringing awareness to abuse. And when a mother is like mommy dearest bringing forth secrets from the past that will explain why a mothers love was never felt. Drea Kelly ( Mother Rose) delivers an astonishing performance of redemption, with secrets from her past becoming a shocking revelation to Mari, explains a lot of why the sense of disconnect was felt. If you know anyone dealing with abuse, get them the support they need. Angry Insecure Men tells of a story felt by many survivors. The production based off the novel "Angry Insecure Men" written by Angel Terron.

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