I saw this movie back in the 70s when it first came out. This movie manages to be comedic, tragic, and heartwarming at the same time. Diahnne Carroll should have won both the Oscar and Golden Globe that she was nominated for. She gives realism to the part of a poor Black woman with 6 kids struggling to make ends meet and holding out hope that there is someone out there for her. A true gem of the so called "Blackxploitation"p period.
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