Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Jamaa Fanaka produced, directed and wrote the inner-city drama Black Sister's Revenge. Jerri Hayes plays a young, naïve black girl from Georgia. She grows up way too fast when she relocates to LA, where she ends up keeping company with gang leader Ernest Williams II. After a series of humiliations, Williams dumps Hayes -- a bit of callousness he'll come to regret when she lashes back with flailing fists. Black Sister's Revenge was originally titled Emma Mae.
bad-guy, coming-of-age, cross-cultural-relations, friendship, ghetto, good-guy, injustice, poverty, revenge, robbery