Release date:TBD


Director:Lee Daniels

MPAA Rating:N/A


Starring:Andra Day, Lakeith Stanfield

Genre:Drama, Biography

Plot Summary:

Known for both jazz stylings and pop numbers, Holiday's career spanned thirty years, though difficulties with alcohol and drugs led to her early death in 1959 at the age of 44. Nicknamed "Lady Day," some of her most famous tracks include renditions of "God Bless the Child," "What a Little Moonlight Can Do" and the haunting American racism protest song "Strange Fruit." Holliday's iconic songs have been used in hundreds of films and TV series, including Stranger Things, Watchmen, Murder on the Orient Express and This Is Us, and a 1972 biopic of her titled Lady Sings the Blues starred Diana Ross and Billy Dee Williams.

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