Romantic comedy films
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Spike Lee; Tracy Camila Johns; Tommy Hicks; John Canada Terrell; Raye Dowell; Joie Susannah Lee; S Epatha Merkerson; Bill Lee; Ernest R Dickerson; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.; Island Pictures.; Forty Acres & a Mule Filmworks.; Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc.
|語言註釋：||In English with optional subtitles in English, French, or Spanish; closed-captioned.|
|注意：||Originally released as a motion picture in 1986.
One actor variously identified in opening credits, closing credits, and container as Redmon Hicks, Redmond Hicks, Tommy Hicks, and Tommy R. Hicks.
Special features: Previews (3 min.).
|餘額：||Photographed by Ernest Dickerson ; music composed and conducted by Bill Lee ; production design, Wynn Thomas.|
|演員名單:||Tracy Camilla Johns (Nola Darling), Redmon[d] Hicks/Tommy R. Hicks (Jamie Overstreet), John Canada Terrell (Greer Childs), Raye Dowell (Opal Gilstrap), Joie Lee (Clorinda Bradford), Spike Lee (Mars Blackmon), Epatha Merkerson (Dr. Jamison), Bill Lee (Sonny Darling).|
|針對讀者群：||MPAA rating: Rated R.|
|描述：||1 videodisc (85 min.) : sd., b&w and col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|詳述：||DVD; region 1; NTSC; 5.1 Dolby digital surround, Dolby mono.; widescreen presentation, 1.66:1 aspect ratio.|
|内容：||Main titles/Bed-Stuy --
Soul mates --
What men say --
How they met --
The sculptor --
Nola's birthday --
Dumb question --
She's gotta have it --
Sex therapy --
Spokes in a wheel --
Greer's last stand --
No regrets --
A friend in need --
|其他題名：||She's gotta have it (Motion picture)|
|責任：||Metro Goldwyn Mayer ; Island Pictures ; Forty Acres and a Mule Filmworks presents a Spike Lee joint ; producer, Shelton J. Lee ; written, edited and directed by Spike Lee.|
Statuesque and charismatic Nola Darling is trying to figure out what she wants in life. She has a good job as a commercial artist and designer, a spacious Brooklyn apartment, and three boyfriends: genteel professional Jamie Overstreet, vain male model Greer Childs, and livewire bike messenger Mars Blackmon. Each of them is far from Nola's ideal man, but each fulfills a different need for her. Between her juggling act--accompanied by total honesty about who and what she's doing--and the childish squabbling of the three men, Lee makes some rather nebulous points about gender relations and the double standard. Primarily, this film announces the arrival of a seriously good filmmaker in the American cinematic firmament.