played out between a man and
You like your wine? Want s'more?
She nods her approval.
Mmmmm you're good. Candles, dinner, wine. What's next?
Let me set the mood.
Tribe Called Quest's "Bonita Applebum."
music mingle in the air with that of the many window
INT. COMPTON DRIVE-IN THEATER-DUSK SFX
Don't bite me so hard! You gotta be more gentle.
CAR #2 (softly):
Use your tongue. Just use your tongue.
nice delicious full lips. This is Justice, who at
is her boyfriend, Markell, a small-time drug dealer and
C'mon, let's get in the back seat.
No, Markell, why can't we just watch the movie?
'Cause it's boring.
Markell, do you love me?
Of course I love you.
Why? Tell me why you love me.
MARKELL (looks around): Now?
Yeah, right now.
There is a pause. He thinks.
Okay, I love you because you too fine.
Is that it?
Justice looks dissatisfied.
Can I have some sugar? Some butter? Some sweets?
No, not yet. Get me some popcorn.
Markell 's face drops.
and leans into the car again.
Hey, Justice! I was just thinking. I also love you 'cause when I was in
4 LNT.COMPTONDRIVE-IN CONCESSION STAND--NIGHT
Poetic Justice (1993)
Synopsis: Poetic Justice is a 1993 American romantic drama film starring Janet Jackson and Tupac Shakur with Regina King and Joe Torry. It was written and directed by John Singleton. The main character, Justice, writes poems which she recites throughout the movie. The poems featured in the film were written by Maya Angelou, and Angelou also appears in the film as one of the three elderly sisters whom the characters meet at a roadside family reunion. The Last Poets make an appearance toward the end of the film. Poetic Justice reached #1 in the box office its opening weekend, grossing $11,728,455. It eventually grossed a total of $27,515,786.