Tyler Perry’s A Jazzman’s Blues: Trailer, Cast, Release Date

Forbidden love should conquer secrets and techniques, lies, and prejudice in Tyler Perry’s forthcoming interval drama, “A Jazzman’s Blues.” Written, directed, and produced by the Academy Award honoree, the movie, powered by Netflix, follows the story of star-crossed lovers Bayou (Joshua Boone) and Leanne (Solea Pfeiffer), a younger Black couple compelled to navigate the world and the deep South within the Forties as many years of deception are slowly unraveled, per the film’s trailer launched on Aug. 23.

Perry’s “A Jazzman’s Blues” has been over 25 years within the making. The filmmaker wrote the film in 1995, “the first screenplay I ever wrote,” Perry beforehand informed People. In another interview with the outlet, he stated, “It’s something very, very different for me. And, so far the reception of it has been incredible,” he added.

Perry additionally stated that the inspiration for “A Jazzman’s Blues” stemmed from his adoration of legendary playwright August Wilson; he wrote it after sneaking into certainly one of Wilson’s performs and having an opportunity encounter with him. “I was telling him that I had all these stories that I wanted to tell, and he was very, very encouraging about me writing what I wanted to write,” Perry shared of Wilson. “I went home that night and started writing ‘A Jazzman’s Blues.'”

“A Jazzman’s Blues” stars a number of up-and-coming actors, together with its two important leads. The film will make its world premiere on Sept. 11 on the Toronto International Film Festival, simply forward of its streaming debut. Read forward for all the pieces else we all know in regards to the movie.

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