The sizzling chemistry between Joshua Boone and Solea Pfeiffer in Tyler Perry’s A Jazzman’s Blues is an oasis of love and hope in the 30s south. As Blacks are denied basic human rights, Bayou (Boone) and Leanne (Pfieffer) find love, pleasure, and comfort in their tortured secret romance. Leanne leaves to live a dangerous lie, while Bayou strikes out for Chicago to sing, but fate reunites them in a chaotic situation. It’s a remarkable and important film that honours the lives of Blacks and the legacy of the Black artform Rhythm and Blues. What She Said’ Anne Brodie spoke with the Boone and Pfieffer.
A Jazzman’s Legend on Netflix now