This story of teenage witches who find power and danger in witchcraft is a cult classic, but listings and information about the film online and even conventions have left one very important thing out: Rachel True, the only Black star. The Craft stars four women, seen above. It was a glaring omission, and True called out the error on social media. Netflix had done the same thing a while ago. Showtime eventually corrected it, as Netflix had in the past. Eventually, that was corrected, thanks to pressure and attention from fans and media, and it was a success. The Craft , a movie about four women, has flummoxed marketing people, who are used to movies with only one or two speaking women, for decades.
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Rachel India True born November 15, is an American film and television actress and former fashion model. True was born in New York City, the middle of three children. Her father is of Ashkenazi Jewish descent, whereas her mother is of African American heritage. Her younger sister, Noel, is also an actress. True attended New York University. In , True appeared in the feature film CB4. After appearing in the horror film Embrace of the Vampire , she had a breakthrough role as Rochelle in the film The Craft , where she played a member of a teenage coven. In , True worked as a tarot-card reader in Echo Park. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Rachel True.
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