Cast and charactersEdit
- Makyla Smith as Nellie Lee Love
- Serena Lee as Erma Jean Love
- Alison Sealy-Smith as Olive Love
- Anthony Sherwood as Freeman Love
- Derwin Jordan as Meese Love
- Jamie Robinson as Pace Love
- Barbara Mamabolo as Rosie Hamilton
- Telmo Miranda as Tommy Braxton
- Barry Kennedy as Sheriff
Crew and creditsEdit
Home video releaseEditColor Me Dark was released on home video around 1999 or 2000.
- Back of tape description:
"Nellie Lee Love moves north with her family to Chicago–the land of opportunity–hoping to escape the racism of the rural south. Mama believes a new start will help Nellie Lee's sister Erma Jean, who stopped speaking after a mysterious but horrifying event only she witnessed. Though life in this northern city is exciting, Nellie Lee sees that racism knows no boundaries. When a group of boys threaten Nellie Lee, Erma Jean finds her voice just in time to fend them off. Through the love of their family, both sisters learn that they possess the strength to triumph."
Differences from bookEdit
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