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She's gotta have it /

The problem with Nola's men is that there are three of them, and they don't want to share her. The problem with Nola is that there's only one of her -- and she wants all three.

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  • "The problem with Nola's men is that there are three of them, and they don't want to share her. The problem with Nola is that there's only one of her -- and she wants all three."@en
  • "Nola's problem is that there are three men in her life, and she wants all three of them, but the men don't want to share Nola."@en
  • "Nola's problem is that there are three men in her life, and she wants all three of them, but the men don't want to share Nola."
  • "Nola has sexual relationships with three different men, and now is in the middle of a difficult love triangle where she must choose who to be with."@en
  • "The problem with Nola's men is that there are three of them, and they don't want to share her. The problem with Nola is that there's only one of her - and she wants all three."@en
  • "Nola and her three boy friends try to cope with the fact that she doesn't want to give up any of them."
  • "Nola and her three boy friends try to cope with the fact that she doesn't want to give up any of them."@en
  • "A young woman who loves sex refuses to give up any one of her three boyfriends; instead, they must learn to cope with their dilemma."
  • "Statuesque and charismatic Nola Darling is trying to figure out what she wants in life. She has a good job as a commercial artist and designer, a spacious Brooklyn apartment, and three boyfriends: genteel professional Jamie Overstreet, vain male model Greer Childs, and livewire bike messenger Mars Blackmon. Each of them is far from Nola's ideal man, but each fulfills a different need for her. Between her juggling act--accompanied by total honesty about who and what she's doing--and the childish squabbling of the three men, Lee makes some rather nebulous points about gender relations and the double standard. Primarily, this film announces the arrival of a seriously good filmmaker in the American cinematic firmament."@en

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  • "Feature films"
  • "Feature films."@en
  • "Feature films."
  • "Drama"
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  • "Drama."@en
  • "Black films and programs."@en
  • "Comedy films."@en
  • "Comedy films."
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  • "Romantic comedy films."@en
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  • "She has got to have it"
  • "Welterusten schat"
  • "She's gotta have it /"
  • "She's gotta have it /"@en
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  • "She's gotta have it"@en
  • "She's gotta have it (Motion picture)"@en
  • "She's gotta have it [A sweaty, sexy exploration of the heroine's right to be herself] /"
  • "She's gotta have it [a sweaty, sexy exploration of the heroine's right to be herself] /"

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