A Powerful Feature Film Addressing Domestic Violence, Intimate Partner Rape, and the Consequences of Rejection
Atlanta, Georgia Sep 10, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – Renowned best selling author Chyna T, a survivor of domestic violence, is set to make a profound impact with her highly-anticipated feature film tackling the pressing issues of domestic violence, intimate partner rape, and the consequences of not being able to handle rejection. This book to film adaption of Ex-Communication: Love Gone Wrong, stars breakout actress Akira Johnson, Elijah Lamar best known for his role in the hit series, BMF and Rhymez an upcoming R&B phenomena. The official movie trailer release is scheduled for September 15, at 7 pm on her Youtube channel.
With femicide becoming a global concern, as women are being victimized and senselessly slaughtered at alarming rates by men, Chyna T’s upcoming film serves as a wake-up call to society. The trailer promises to shed light on this pervasive issue and emphasizes the urgent need for change. By addressing these critical topics, the movie aims to break the cycle of violence and initiate the healing process, particularly within the black community.
Domestic violence and intimate partner rape are painful realities that far too many individuals face daily. Chyna T, drawing inspiration from her own personal experience as a survivor, has crafted a compelling narrative that not only seeks to raise awareness but also encourages open dialogue about these often-taboo subjects.
The forthcoming feature film delves into the harrowing experiences of victims, exploring the devastating consequences of abusive relationships and the profound impact they have on survivors. By shedding light on these topics, Chyna T hopes to dispel the stigma and shame surrounding domestic violence, encouraging victims to seek help and support.
It is crucial to recognize that domestic violence has far-reaching societal consequences. In the United States alone, this issue costs the nation over $8 billion annually, highlighting the urgent need for comprehensive solutions. Chyna T’s film aims to underscore the magnitude of this problem and inspire action towards its eradication.
The official movie trailer release on September 15, at 7 pm, marks a pivotal moment in the journey towards breaking the cycle of violence. Audiences can expect a gripping preview that captures the essence of the film’s powerful message, compelling viewers to reflect on the urgent need for change.
Chyna T’s movie serves as a catalyst for transformation within the black community. By addressing the prevailing issues of domestic violence, intimate partner rape, and rejection, the film aims to spark dialogue, raise awareness, and encourage collective action in order to put an end to the devastating consequences faced by countless individuals.
The official movie premiere, a blue carpet event, will be in Atlanta, GA on October 15, 2023. Guests are able to purchase tickets online now. If you miss the premiere, the film will be available on one streaming platform (named at a later date) on Thanksgiving to provide audiences with a glimpse into the powerful narrative that awaits them. Chyna T truly believes this important film should be watched amongst family and friends as it aims to ignite change and inspire healing within the black community and beyond.
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About Chyna T:
Chyna T, a certified life coach, is also a talented author, author coach, vegan coach, actress and survivor of domestic violence. She is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in Mental Health Counseling and she also possesses a Masters of Art in Human Services with an emphasis Life Coaching and a dual bachelor’s degree in Social Work and Criminal Justice. Drawing from her own experiences, she uses her platform to shed light on critical issues, how to eat and live healthy and how to inspire change through the power of storytelling.
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