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My daughter starts talking about [how] her friend has "good hair." And it just jarred me. So it's fine for a woman to make a choice about her hair, her makeup, whatever she chooses. Q: There is a scene in the movie when you [Rock] are in L. trying to sell black hair, but no one would buy it.
Rock: Right now to me, hair is more or less a style issue. So what happens over time, you start slowly to believe that the less Afrocentric you are, the more beautiful you are. Now the president is black all those jobs are gone.
For actress Nia Long and comedian Chris Rock, "Good Hair" is a personal film. " At the time, I was not famous enough to get a movie made. If you have straight hair, that means you have good hair.
"It's interesting this is called 'Good Hair' because truthfully, it celebrates all hair," Long says. (MUST CREDIT: Washington Post photo by Nikki Kahn) Writer De Neen Brown sat down recently in the Four Seasons Hotel with actress Nia Long and comedian Chris Rock for a conversation about Rock's documentary, "Good Hair." Q: Why did you decide to take on this subject and make a film about black women and hair? I was exposed to the Bronner Brothers's hair show [a black hair-care industry trade show] probably 20 years ago when I was in Atlanta doing stand-up and some girl I met was modeling in the show. So it's interesting this is called "Good Hair" because truthfully, it celebrates all hair.
As Carl Black gets the opportunity to move his family out of Chicago in hope of a better life, their arrival in Beverly Hills is timed with that city's annual purge, where all crime is legal for twelve hours.
Craig and Day Day have finally moved out of their parents houses and into their own crib.
Chris Rock says he thought of the idea when his daughter came to him and asked "Daddy, why don't I have good hair?During this random, hilarious interview, somehow the discussion turns to white dudes dating black girls. And that one of them has slept with both Brad and Angelina. Though he isn’t immediately associated with them, Chris Rock has done quite a few romantic comedies over the course of his acting career. Even though my daughter said these words, "good hair," I had to suppress whatever I was feeling back then. Someone in the movie talked about actresses who don't get roles because they refuse to straighten their hair.
Thank God for Michelle Obama because her presence will actually give younger black girls something to see, and they can go like, "Oh! She looks like me." Q: Can you talk about the role Hollywood plays in the so-called definition of beauty?
Rock’s interview with Essence isn’t his first time addressing the disparity in casting consideration for black actresses. He famously recommended Leslie Jones to Lorne Michaels for a “Saturday Night Live” audition.