Brown Girls gives us a peek into the lives of best friends Leila and Patricia: two twenty-somethings trying to live their best lives while navigating messy romantic relationships and attempting to further their careers in Chicago. Throughout the seven-episode web series viewers learn about Leila, a Pakistani-American writer taking charge of her queerness—though it is no walk in the park, and Patricia, a Black musician experiencing all types of commitment issues. Though the two are struggling to make sense of themselves, in addition to their familial and romantic relationships, they’re having fun with it and find solace in the fact that, at the end of the day, they have each other.
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Great insights on your review of “Brown Girls” Im looking forward to checking out the series!