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Watch the trailer for Atlanta-filmed ‘Nappily Ever After’ starring Sanaa Lathan

Netflix’s “Nappily Ever After,” starring Sanaa Lathan, will be available on the streaming service in September, but you can take a look at the trailer now. 

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The film, which was shot in Atlanta and is based on the best-selling book by Trisha R. Thomas, follows a successful woman anticipating a wedding proposal from her longtime boyfriend. When he refuses to drop down on one knee, she cuts him off — and her hair. The big chop leads her down a road of self-discovery. 

When Lathan shaved off her locks for the role last year, she revealed her new look on Instagram. “I feel so light, I could fly away,” she said in the uploaded video. 

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The flick will debut Sept. 21 on Netflix. Check out the trailer below. 

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Najja Parker
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