'Mama Got A Cough': Siblings Hilariously Check In On Their Mother's Health In Zoom-Shot Short Film
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'Mama Got A Cough': Siblings Hilariously Check In On Their Mother's Health In Zoom-Shot Short Film

One family's humorous and heartfelt zoom call is captured in the short film Mama Got A Cough, created by Jordan E. Cooper and produced in part by Danielle Brooks.

The 14-minute film stars Brooks, Amber Chardae Robinson, Brittany Inge, Da'Vine Joy Randolph, Juanita Jennings, Dewayne Perkins and Marcel Spears in a story about a group of siblings trying to convince their ailing mother to go to the doctor to check if her cough is actually the coronavirus. Even while the subject matter is serious, no one can get through the call without roasting reach other while spreading family love.

Brooks posted a snippet of the video on her Instagram account, congratulating Cooper on making the film.

"I love you brother," she wrote. "You are an incredible writer and I had a blast co-producing this with you in the middle of diaper changes. Love you bro."

She also wrote she hopes the video "uplifts your spirits during this time and reminds you how important it is to check in with the ones you love."

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(Please share) Their are so many uncertainties as an artist, but when you align yourself with people who are just as motivated and hungry as you to keep their creative juices flowing, art will never die!! Thank you to the beautiful cast who never once hesitated to come play with us. And to my friend @jordanecooper I love you brother. You are an incredible writer and I had a blast co-producing this with you in the middle of diaper changes. Love you bro. And to the world: I hope that this piece uplifts your spirits during this time and reminds you how important it is to check in with the ones you love. #QuarenTurnUp #maskon Enjoy! ❤️ @davinejoy @brittanyinge @mrmarcelspears @dewaynekperkins @juanitajennings912 @amberchardae Editor: @misa_qu

A post shared by Danielle Brooks (@daniebb3) on May 18, 2020 at 9:13am PDT

Check out the full video below.

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