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Dirty South House Arrest Atlanta Premier Screening Red Carpet

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Dirty South House Arrest Atlanta Premier Screening Red Carpet

Dirty South House Arrest movie screening had a great outcome that resulted to no available seating at Regal Atlantic Station in Atlanta Georgia. I had the opportunity to meet Rodney Perry who played the role of the concern neighbor. Along with interviewing Ms. Patricia who played the role of the judge and Ms. Diva Tyler who played the role of the main character probation officer. Yes, all three individuals did a great job in the movie Dirty South House Arrest. Also Latavia Roberson an original Destiny’s Child member was in the building and she played a wonderful role in this movie. Director Daphne Hayes stated “this movie have a great message for older and younger individuals”.  Again the turn out was amazing. The movie was very funny with a great message for today’s younger generation.
by Ms Bina

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