#CelebratingWomenCampaign: #Review: Selling Tampa

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On this episode of the #CelebratingWomenCampaign, we will be reviewing the Netflix Series, Selling Tampa, featuring Sharelle Rosado, Rena Frazier, Juawana Williams, Colony Reeves, Anne-Sophie Petit,
Alexis Williams, Karla Giorgio, and Tennille Moore. This iis the first spin off of Netflix’s Selling Sunset, optimising its social currency for the benefit of minority women.

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IIDEA OF OF THE SHOW
I like the show because it is about a Real Estate Brokerage called Allure Realty, made up of minority women: latinx, negro etc and follows their lives as they try to make waves and break records in the luxury real estate industry. The real estate company was started in tampa by Sharelle Rosado and are trying to get into Miami, and beyond, I guess. As at the time of shooting, wthe brokerage had been going on for like a year. The show is great because it celebrates the triumphs of women and shows encouragement even in bad times. This show basically rides on the waves of the increased campaign for women empowerment. This is the season of women, and if you feel like you need motivation to start something new or continue in your chosen passion, given your peculiarities as a woman, give this show a try. I highly recommend it and I will give it a 4 out of 5.

CINEMATOGRAPHY
I think the cinematography is alright. It shows the houses from a high zoom angle and tries to show the accents in the homes. It also sometimes makes use of the soap opera cinematographic effects like in The Hills, like in the last scenes at Colony’s birthday party, when they were dancing in the pool. But let’s be honest, I think the plot was bit sexualised in the typical Black American movie way. I’m not sure that was so great sha. But oh well.

PLOT
The storylines are okay. They look at office dynamics. These include interelationships between coworkers, office manager trying to subtly lord her position over other realtors, realtors thinking of starting their own brokerages, professionalism in relation to clients, loyalty, etc.

FASHION/STYLE

The fashion/style dynamic is okay. I’m not so sure they aalways get it right, especially if they are trying to break into luxury real estate. But I like Rena’s style some of the time

Have you watched the show? What do you think about it?

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