"Puts the Lens on Our Humanity"
"Nguvu's Love Letter To Black Women"
"Captures The Emotional Complexities of Romantic Relationships"
“Visually and poetically arresting…looks and sounds like ‘The Big Chill’- if written by Zora Neale Hurston.” READ MORE
“Nguvu crafts each relationship and character as its own poem.” READ MORE
“A cinematic exploration of love that champions complex characters of color and much more critical examinations of love at every stage of life.” READ MORE
“Nefertite Nguvu’s In The Morning explores the many facets of Black relationships” READ MORE
“All the characters seem to be running from something, even those who initially appear to have it all together/figured out.” READ MORE
“Nefertite Nguvu’s In The Morning is a New York movie, the kind where attractive, intelligent people philosophize and, mostly, talk about their love lives.” READ MORE
“Director Nefertite Nguvu Shares ‘True And Deep Reflections’ Of Contemporary Black Women With In The Morning” READ MORE
“Indie Filmmaker Nefertite Nguvu On her long journey making and distributing her new film, In the Morning.” READ MORE
“In the Morning is a colorful, funny, dialogue-driven movie about black women living in contemporary Brooklyn.” READ MORE
“In The Morning is Nguvu’s love letter to Black women.” READ MORE
“If you want to see a film that speaks deeply to you in terms of intimacy & relationships with a fresh take set in Brooklyn…a must see movie.” READ MORE
“There’s a depth to the characters that leaves spectators wanting more details on their lives.” READ MORE
“What It Means To Be A Black Woman Filmmaker At This Critical Time; Love over everything” READ MORE
“With a level of poetic soberness and cinematic movement, this film leans into the most profound moments of love and lost.” READ MORE