January 06, 2009 06:40:27 GMT
Morris Chestnut and Taraji P. Henson star as a couple who reaches the breaking point in their marriage in Bill Duke-directed drama 'Not Easily Broken'.
Less than a week from the theatrical debut of "Not Easily Broken", Sony Pictures have let out three short clips of this uplifting drama about love and family. The three sneak peeks take their focus on Morris Chestnut's character, Dave Johnson, as he deals with his troubled marriage to Clarice Johnson.
The first clip entitled "Tree Visits Dave" displays the time Tree comes to Dave's motel room. While Tree insists to discuss their relationship problems, Dave ushers him away. Meanwhile, the second clip presents the scene where Dave and Clarice have a dinner with several others in a restaurant. When it is time to pay the check, Clarice insists that they should pay for the meal despite Dave's disapproval.
The last clip is called "Outta Here". In this video footage, it can be seen that Clarice's mother throws Dave's stuff out of the house when Dave comes home. She then tells him that he is out of the house, and insults him that he will not live of Clarice's money any longer. When Clarice doesn't defend Dave from her mother's insult, Dave threatens that he has had enough of the marriage.
Based on the T.D. Jakes novel of the same name, "Not Easily Broken" centers its story on Dave and Clarice Johnson, a couple who is in a breaking point in their marriage. When Clarice is injured in a car crash, Dave becomes attracted to another woman, forcing the two to figure it out whether their vows are or are not easily broken.
Starring Morris Chestnut and Taraji P. Henson as the troubled couple, the drama movie also sees Kevin Hart, Jenifer Lewis, Maeve Quinlan and others as the cast ensemble. Directed by "Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit" helmer, Bill Duke, it will hit the U.S. theaters this coming Friday, January 9.