Review: Sylvie's Love : Pop Culture Happy Hour Sylvie's Love follows a relationship that blossoms in the late 1950s between a spirited young woman who loves television and a gifted saxophone player. Written and directed by Eugene Ashe, Sylvie's Love has all the swoon and the style of old Hollywood but this time, it places a Black couple at its center.
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'Sylvie's Love' Will Make You Swoon

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'Sylvie's Love' Will Make You Swoon

'Sylvie's Love' Will Make You Swoon

'Sylvie's Love' Will Make You Swoon

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Nnamdi Asomugha and Tessa Thompson star in Amazon's new romantic drama Sylvie's Love. Courtesy of Amazon Studios hide caption

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Nnamdi Asomugha and Tessa Thompson star in Amazon's new romantic drama Sylvie's Love.

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Sylvie's Love follows a relationship that blossoms in the late 1950s between a spirited young woman who loves television and a gifted saxophone player. Written and directed by Eugene Ashe, Sylvie's Love has all the swoon and the style of old Hollywood but this time, it places a Black couple at its center.

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The audio was produced by Candice Lim and edited by Mike Katzif.