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Diana Ross plays a Chicago shopgirl who ends up in the glamorous world of modeling and caught in a romantic quadrangle between a photographer (Anthony Perkins), a rich count (Jean-Pierre Aumont), and an activist (Billy Dee Williams). Codirected by Motown founder Berry Gordy. (1975, dir. Barry Gordy, Tony Richardson, Jack Wormser, 109 min.)
A Q&A with Tisa Bryant and Ernest Hardy follows the screening.
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