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Vivica Fox And Jada Pinkett In 'Set It Off'

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Set It Off

Set It Off was more than a story about four besties turned bank robbers. It depicted the different experiences of so many Black women. Like being parentified at a young age (Stony), the struggling single mother doesn’t have enough funds for childcare or a voice loud enough to advocate for herself (Tisean), the ex-con who wants a crime-free life but can’t let g f the “crime pays” mindset (Cleo) and losing your livelihood over things that are out of your control when the odds are already against you (Frankie). With one of the saddest endings ever when it comes to heist films, Stony’s character left Los Angeles and took the last bit of her hope with her. She was the only one who made it to Tijuana alive, but we never found out what happened to her as she embarked on a new life in a foreign county. Starting over in a new country after becoming a most-wanted criminal wouldn’t be a bad synopsis for a Set It Off sequel.

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