The Revelators, Inc.
A coming of age story about a young church
girl named Danielle Ross who runs away from her past life due to her mother’s
death only to find a new passion in singing rhythm and blues with her friends,
Florence Ballard and Mary Wilson as she changes her name to Diana.
The three girls started a
singing group called The Primettes as Smokey Robinson introduces them to the
owner of Motown, Berry Gordy where they joined the record company, and later became
the Supremes. Yet, due to Diana’s relationship with Gordy, the friendship that
Diana had with Florence and Mary becomes tested as she fights to defend Gordy.
While Berry Gordy gives up on
Motown after getting sued for conspiracy, fraud and racketeering, Diana grows
into becoming a famous celebrity pop star and shares her musical gift on her
world tour. As she grows into being a mega pop star, she soon realizes that the
three things that are missing in her life are her church, her friends, and most
of all, her family.
Diana seeks guidance from her aunt who reminds
her to fallow her dream and use her gift for the sake of knowing who she is and
where she came from. By the end, she regains her strength and courage to stand
out amongst all others.
She continues to her success,
blazing away in all of her accomplishments for her family, for women, for black
people, for singers, performers, and entrepreneurs who control their own
destiny. And most importantly, she does this for her country and for the entire
world to rise above adversity as one of the greatest performers of all time, Mrs.
CELERATE, CONNECT December
Travis Archer is a 21
old senior film major at Mercy, College, Dobbs Ferry. His career goal is to produce feature-length animated films.Hobbies include drawing animals, writing short stories, bicycling, and acting., '