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Tessa Thompson And Nnamdi Asomugha On Black Male Vulnerability And Not Having To Choose In ‘Sylvie’s Love’ | VIBE

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Tessa Thompson And Nnamdi Asomugha On Black Male Vulnerability And Not Having To Choose In ‘Sylvie’s Love’ | VIBE

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What is the price of true love?

 

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Life has a funny way of creating full-circle moments. Sylvie’s Love follows the love story of Sylvie Parker (Tessa Thompson) and Robert Halloway (Nnamdi Asomugha) who meet during their summer job at a New York City record store. By the time the season ends, their friendship grows and naturally they part ways to pursue their dreams—Sylvie’s goal is to work in television, while Robert has his eyes set on becoming a jazz musician. After years go by and making it to their dream careers, they unexpectedly cross paths again and realize their true love.

 

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