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  1. Losing Ground is a semiautobiographical 1982 American drama film written and directed by Kathleen Collins, and starring Seret Scott, Bill Gunn and Duane Jones. It is the first feature-length drama directed by an African-American woman since the 1920s and won First Prize at the Figueira da Foz International Film Festival in Portugal.

    • Michael Minard
    • June 1982
    • Eleanor Charles
  2. Losing Ground: Directed by Kathleen Collins. With Seret Scott, Bill Gunn, Duane Jones, Billie Allen. Sara, a cold college professor, and her husband, an ecstatic painter, spend a summer away from the city, straining their rocky relationship.

    • (814)
    • Comedy, Drama
    • Kathleen Collins
    • 1982-06
  3. Sinopsis. Adapted from the critically acclaimed New York stage play presented by Tom Noonan, LOSING GROUND unfolds in real-time over a single night in a Las Vegas video-poker bar where seven people come in, interact, strike up friendships of convenience, win, lose, and go home.

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  4. Losing Ground película dirigida por Kathleen Collins y protagonizada por Seret Scott, Bill Gunn y Duane Jones. Año: 1982. Sinopsis: An educated woman takes a journey of self-fulfillment after reaching the breaking point over her narcissistic husband's dalliances.

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    • Seret Scott
    • Kathleen Collins
  5. Directed by Kathleen Collins • 1982 • United States. Starring Seret Scott, Bill Gunn, Duane Jones. One of the first feature films directed by an African American woman, Kathleen Collins’s LOSING GROUND tells the story of a marriage between two remarkable people, both at a crossroads in their lives.

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  6. A philosophy professor (Seret Scott) prides herself on being liberal but is jealous of her artist husband's (Bill Gunn) gorgeous model (Maritza Rivera).

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    • Comedy, Drama
  7. The story of a marriage of two remarkable people, both at a crossroads in their lives. Sara Rogers, a black professor of philosophy, is embarking on an intellectual quest to understand ecstasy just as her painter husband Victor sets off on a more earthy exploration of joy.