Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Gina Prince-Bythewood; Spike Lee; Omar Epps; Sanaa Lathan; Alfre Woodard; Dennis Haysbert; Terence Blanchard; Susan Ricketts; New Line Productions, Inc.; New Line Cinema Corporation.; Forty Acres & a Mule Filmworks.; New Line Home Video (Firm); Lucy Pearl (Musical group).
|语言注释：||Closed-captioned; optional English subtitles.|
|注意：||Originally released as a motion picture in 2000.
"New Line Cinema presents a 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks Production ... c2001 New Line Home Entertainment"--Container.
Special features: optional audio commentary by writer/director Gina Prince-Bythewood and actor Sanaa Lathan; isolated score with audio commentary by composer Terence Blanchard, editor Terilyn A. Shropshire and Gina Prince-Bythewood; music video for "Dance tonight" by Lucy Pearl; original documentary: "Breaking the glass ceiling : the rise and acceptance of women competitors" / produced, directed, & edited by Susan Ricketts, Val Kuklowsky (37 min.); seven deleted scenes and bloopers; audition tapes featuring Omar Epps and Sanaa Lathan; animated storyboards; theatrical trailer.
|制作人员：||Director of photography, Reynaldo Villalobos ; editor, Terilyn A. Shropshire ; music, Terence Blanchard.|
|演员名单:||Omar Epps, Sanaa Lathan, Alfre Woodard, Dennis Haysbert.|
|描述：||1 videodisc (127 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|详述：||DVD, widescreen (1.85:1 aspect ratio); Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound, Dolby Digital 2.0 stereo. surround sound.|
|丛书名：||New Line platinum series.|
|其他题名：||Breaking the glass ceiling, the rise and acceptance of women competitors.
Love and basketball
|责任：||written and directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood ; produced by Spike Lee, Sam Kitt ; [produced by] New Line Productions, Inc.|
This film is divided into the quarters of a basketball game and tells the story of Quincy and Monica. It traces their lives as they run parallel and run apart -- from childhood, to high school, to college -- concluding with Quincy and Monica as adults. Both play basketball and each dreams of playing on a professional level. For Quincy, it is easier and expected since he is the son of a professional ballplayer. Monica has it harder being both a woman when there was no professional league, and as a daughter whose mother cannot understand why her daughter wants to be an athlete.