Synopsis: Black Coffee, No Sugar, No Cream’s is a story about Robert (Darrin Henson, Soul Food) who believes his world is crushed after he’s fired from a company that his Father built from the ground up.
Morgan’s reason for being in Robert’s life was probably to encourage him to jump out on faith, find his purpose in life and start building his own business.
This is a great film about discovering your purpose in life.
– Black Coffee Facebook This was a cutesy love story.
You’ve kind of heard this story before, guy sees girl, starts seeing beautiful woman frequently and boom they run into each other in a random scenario and spark conversation.
While Robert (Darrin Henson) is immediately smitten by independent prim & proper Morgan (Gabrielle Dennis), she on the other hand was not impressed.
It’s another cliche scenario, successful business woman meets blue collar worker where she has to observe his profession to even see if he could ever get her affection.She has the money but he has the honey, or should I say coffee – in which is what drives their initial personal interaction.Morgan hires Robert to be her painter for her new attorney firm and a paint job starts leading into something more.I observed and like d seeing how slowly Robert’s genuine charm starts to erode Morgans hardcore solid exterior.This is a great scenario where you can see that a woman is putting a wall up, even in front of a great guy, but when you are smitten the walls come tumbling down.There is a reason for Morgan’s wall – as we learn she was in a complex situation with her ex-lover Hill (Lamman Rucker), who is affluent and powerful trying to win back her love making things complicated.