Jamie Broadnax from Black Girl Nerds writes the following about the film:
"Directed by Thembi L. Banks, Suitable is a story about a girl who is awkward, shy and coming to terms with her sense of identity. We learn in this story that Brandy (Kelli Jordan) who dresses like a tomboy and doesn’t share the same feminine qualities as her friend Ashley (Tiffany Tenille) is trying to muster up the courage to ask out Jason (Derick Anthony) to prom.
However, things take an odd turn when her perceived sexuality is brought into question by her peers and close friends. Suitable is produced by Ashley Chrisman and written by Rochee Jeffrey. The storytelling in this short has an inquisitive approach, as I was watching I felt just as curious as the protagonist Brandy. The message it delivers, in the end, is a good one — things aren’t always as they seem and never judge a book by its cover."
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