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‘The Photograph’ starring Issa Rae and LaKeith Stanfield is set to open Valentine’s Day, February 14. Issa is excited for people to see her new films ‘The Photograph.’ “I want to try different things and see what I can do,” she muses. “I don’t want to just play myself, so I want to be able to experiment. Some of the things that I have on the slate to actually act in are very different. I don’t want to get caught in a comfort zone. I don’t want anybody to be able to put me in a box.” Issa says, “I think people are just expecting me to be funny, and the character just lost her mom, so she’s going through it. Obviously, there are elements of humor within the movie, but that’s not the driving part of the character, which is new for me because I do lean on humor. It’s been a defense mechanism for a lot of my life. That’s my go-to, I guess, because my comfort zone is humor. So to not be able to lean on that in this film was interesting.”
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