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Solace

USA, English, 88 mins

  • Director: Tchaiko Omawale
  • Writer: Tchaiko Omawale
  • Producer: Tchaiko Omawale; Maya Emelle; Hope Olaide Wilson

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A visually arresting debut from director Tchaiko Omawale, this dark and dangerous coming of age tale tackles themes of mental wellness while exploring the confusion of an adolescent crush. Recently orphaned teen Sole (Hope Olaide Wilson) is sent to live with her estranged relatives. Quickly becoming infatuated with the rebellious girl next door, Sole falls in with a crowd of queer misfits that light up her dark days. Emmy-winner Lynn Whitfield delivers a satisfying turn as deeply hypocritical Aunt Irene, and emerging artist Syd (of R&B group The Internet) will satisfy those with their finger on the pulse of music from the margins.


Trailer...

Solace Teaser from Tchaiko Omawale on Vimeo.

Cast & Characters

Hope Olaide Wilson as Sole
Chelsea Tavares as Jasmine
Lynn Whitfield as Irene
Luke Rampersad as Guedado
Glynn Turman as Clay (Pastor Davis)
Ralph Cole Jr. as Stacey
Joe O'Dell as Petey
Sydney Bennett as DJ Erica
Sahra Mellesse as Martha
Melvin Abston as Ken
Jean Nadine as Keynah (as Lauren Anderson)

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